FairGameUK is an organisation which focuses on the financial sustainability, integrity, independent regulation and community in football. We have teamed up with FairGameUK as we believe we have similar values with the aspiration to build a better future in football.
THE DIABETES FOOTBALL COMMUNITY
TDFC is a non-profit organisation aiming to build a network of support for people who suffer from Diabetes but still love to play football. This network allows people to share their experiences with others, ask questions, seek guidance and learn more about opportunities which could be created for people with diabetes to access football. After successfully building a men's Diabetic football team - the aim is now to collaborate with HerGameToo to build a similar football community for women who suffer with Diabetes.
"Gateshead FC are delighted to become the first professional football club to partner with Her Game Too. As a club, we strive to create an inclusive atmosphere at all GFC fixtures, and this new partnership will help ensure that football remains a sport for all to enjoy. We look forward to working collaboratively and encourage other clubs to follow in our footsteps and take a stand against sexist abuse in football."- Communications & Marketing Development Officer, James Rushmore
BRISTOL ROVERS FC
“Football is a game for everyone and we see the work of the #HerGameToo campaign as vitally important in making football stadiums across the country places where all sectors of society feel welcome and accepted. Rovers is well known as a family club so we are fully committed to the work that the campaign is hoping to achieve and will offer our full support to raise awareness and to tackle the issue of sexist abuse.”
- Commerical Director, Tom Gorringe
NEWPORT COUNTY AFC
“We’re trying to build a safe environment for everyone to attend games at Rodney Parade and we have a large following of female supporters of all ages, so we are excited to be partnering with Her Game Too. It was great to see some of our supporters included in the initial video to highlight the issue and some of the findings in the subsequent survey are shocking. We encourage attendance from females of all ages and therefore, as part of this agreement, will be providing tickets for girls and women to sample games for the first time. We ask for anyone witnessing any discriminatory behaviour at our games to report this so we can work together on an accepting environment for everyone. The club has a zero-tolerance stance on any kind of discrimination.”
- Newport County AFC EDI Director, Colin Faulkner
EXETER CITY FC
“I am delighted that Exeter City FC has chosen to support such an important campaign as #HerGameToo. We are pleased to be one of the first Football League clubs to back them in their mission to raise awareness of sexism against women in football. Here at Exeter City, we support diversity and welcome all supporters whatever their age, race, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation.
“Exeter City supports #HerGame Too in their mission to ensure that every woman continues to feel safe, comfortable, and most importantly respected in the wider football community and of course, here at St James Park."
- Exeter City Director, Elaine Davis
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN FC
“We’re delighted to be working in partnership with the team at #HerGameToo.
“We are constantly working to make Huddersfield Town as inclusive and welcoming as possible for all supporters, and the goals of the #HerGameToo campaign match our own. Their ideas and commitment to this shared goal will add a lot to our work in this area, such as the ‘Women At The Game’ fixture that we run in tandem with HTSA every year."
- Robyn Kennerdale, Huddersfield Town Supporter Services Manager
PETERBOROUGH UNITED FC
“We want the football club to be leading the way in terms of inclusion and want to ensure that everybody feels welcome when they visit the Weston Homes Stadium. The #HerGameToo campaign is a fantastic campaign and I am proud that the football club has made this commitment to support it.”
- Jake Baxter, Marketing Executive
TRANMERE ROVERS FC
"We pride ourselves on being an inclusive club and Tranmere fans are usually very quick to call out any problems, but we can't afford to be complacent. We support #HerGameToo because it is a visible symbol statement to women and girls that we are committed to ensuring their attendance at matches will be safe and enjoyable."
- Tranmere Rovers FC Vice Chair, Nicola Palios
NORTHAMPTON TOWN FC
“We are really happy to be announcing this partnership with HerGameToo, as a club we ensure we do everything we can to make sure that everyone who visits Sixfields Stadium can feel happy, safe and secure whilst watching the game. We have a lot of female supporters of all ages and partnering with HerGameToo is important to us. We also encourage anyone who witnesses discriminatory behaviour at Sixfields to report it straight away, we have a zero-tolerance policy on all forms of discrimination and abuse.”
- James Whiting, Northampton Town Chief Executive
GRIMSBY TOWN FC
“This great football club has a superb female fanbase as well as incredible employees, including our recently appointed CEO Debbie Cook and myself on the board as a fan elected director. We want to use that as a foundation to show that Blundell Park is a safe place where you will be treated equally."
- Kristine Green, Fan Elected Director
MALVERN TOWN WOMENS FC
“Modernising the football club is not just about building a new stadium at Malvern; it’s also about accelerating positive cultural changes for women in and around the game. I’m proud that from season 1, MTWFC will operate on parity with our men’s teams with the same ‘free-to-play/zero-subs’ policy and fully support the #HerGameToo campaign and ethos.”
- Malvern Town FC Chair, Chris Pinder