Swansea City support Play Safe Campaign
The EFL Play Safe Campaign is raising awareness of safeguarding provision across football this weekend, and Swansea City is among the clubs backing the initiative.
Managers will be wearing dedicated pin-badges while captains will wear special armbands to raise awareness for the campaign.
The key messages of this year’s Play Safe campaign are to highlight the vital role parents and carers play in football, and to direct audiences to the FA’s safeguarding course, developed specifically for parents and guardians.
Swansea City's head of safeguarding Rebeca Storer, said: "Football is for everyone and we at Swansea City are committed to safeguarding all children and adults who engage in club activities, whether in the academy, the first team, on a matchday or in the community.
“Within that, we believe that everyone has the right to enjoy a safe and inclusive environment, free from abuse and discrimination. We take all safeguarding concerns seriously and urge anyone with a concern to report it using our dedicated safeguarding email or text service.”
Access to the FA’s Safeguarding Course can be gained by clicking here.