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Salford City are the latest football club to show their support for Her Game Too by becoming campaign partners.

The League Two side’s partnership reflects the club’s commitment to promoting the Peninsula Stadium as a welcoming environment to all football fans and a place where women are championed in all roles in the sport.

Salford City’s pledge means Her Game Too is now partnered with 75 of the 92 Premier League and English Football League clubs that make up the top four divisions in English football.

Hannah Bermudez, Director of People and Culture at Salford City, said: “We’re excited to be partnering with Her Game Too as we continue to expand our EDI programme.

“It’s important that women and girls know that Salford is a safe place for them to come and enjoy football, whether that’s as spectators, players, staff or volunteers.

“We have some amazing women and girls already at the club and we hope that by working with Her Game Too we can encourage more to be involved, as well as continuing to promote inclusion in football and educate fans.”

Emily Drakeley, Co-Founder and Director of Her Game Too, said: “I’m delighted to announce our partnership with Salford City.

“Following productive discussions with Lauren McCorry (Safeguarding Manager at Salford City), it’s evident that the club’s values prioritise inclusivity and ensuring a safe environment within football.

“Through this collaboration, we aim to further these principles and offer our assistance to Salford City in their ongoing work internally and with the fans.

“At Her Game Too, we are hugely passionate about making sports, and especially football, safe for all, and now, through these open communication channels, we can additionally support their fanbase and act as a catalyst for change.”

Her Game Too is actively seeking a volunteer to become Her Game Too’s Salford City Ambassador and to work with the club to deliver the campaign’s objectives.

Emily added: “If you’re a passionate, female fan of Salford City and want to be a part of the campaign, we’d love to hear from you.

“You would be the point of contact for the club and the campaign and play a key part in working to spread the Her Game Too message.”

Lauren added: “We are really looking forward to having Her Game Too Ambassadors to help us take forward our female-friendly initiatives.

“They will have a positive impact on our EDI work at the club and will have a big part to play as we look to strengthen this area further.

“We would encourage anyone interested to apply.”

For more information about being an ambassador and details of how to apply, visit


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