Fans consultation kicks off in October
Kick It Out will gauge the thoughts of fans across the country in a nationwide consultation beginning next month.
The process will reveal what fans active at both the grassroots and elite levels of the game see as the key steps that need to be taken to eradicate all forms of prejudice, and coincides with the One Game, One Community weeks of action which kicks off on 18 October.
With supporters very much the cornerstone of the game, the campaign is eager to gain feedback on how problems related to discrimination in football can be addressed. Marking its 20th anniversary, Kick It Out will stage a conference to find out how far the game has come, and how far it still has to go, in the eyes of supporters up and down the nation.
To help shape the campaign’s thinking as it heads into a new era, stay tuned to www.kickitout.org and the monthly e-newsletter. These are just two ways that supporters can find out how to contribute to what will be one the most extensive supporter consultations in the game, and start an open debate about what is and isn’t unacceptable behaviour.