Swansea City supporters at Bristol City cup game

We are all Jacks


We are all Jacks is Swansea City’s commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion both within the club and throughout the local community.

Working with international and local charities, as well as supporter groups, Swansea City strives to ensure that a visit to the Swansea.com Stadium is a welcoming experience for everyone regardless of sex, sexuality, gender identity, religion, race, disability, or age.

The club takes a zero-tolerance approach to discrimination, harassment, victimisation, bullying and abuse.

We are all Jacks.



Supporters are encouraged to report instances of abusive and discriminatory language within the stadium by using the anonymous safe text number 88440, starting the message with the word SWANS and providing details of the incident.

Messages will be charged at the standard rate for your network provider.

The details from the message will be received at the match control room, where any necessary investigation and/or action will be taken. The club will also record the mobile number of the individual reporting an incident to aid with any inquiries.



Via Kick it out Online Reporting Form | Kick It Out

Via Twitter How to report abusive behavior on Twitter | Twitter Help

Via Facebook Reporting Abuse | Facebook Help Centre

Via Instagram How do I report a post or profile on Instagram? | Instagram Help Centre

Via Her Game Too Report | #HerGameToo



Gareth Davies
Board champion for ED&I

Nicola Butt
Internal lead officer for ED&I

Catherine Thomas
External lead officer for ED&I and club DLO

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Swansea City AFC is committed to promoting equality of opportunity to everyone who wishes to be involved in the club.

The club is committed to avoiding and eliminating unfair discrimination of any kind and will, under no circumstances, condone unlawful discrimination of any kind and will, under no circumstances, condone unlawful discriminatory practices.