Implement The FA Codes of Conduct and promote The FA Codes of Conduct where possible (clubhouses, match day programmes, upload to the website, circulate to members in the club and/or even handouts for parents, social media promotions etc). A club can also purchase Respect branded merchandise such as Touchline Barriers as visual reminders of The FA Respect Programme. Additionally, there are Respect barriers available to purchase which has also been used by the county FA at every match, event and cup final. This is available via sportzhub, click here to view products.
Grants to offset costs are still available through the current Football Foundation respect equipment scheme.
Pitch side Marshalls and Respect briefings for coaches and parents is also encouraged - raise awareness with your own club workforce. For more information, please contact the Hampshire FA Designated Safeguarding Officer, Ian Binks.
A club can also host a Respect Education Workshop for your club's workforce, parents and spectators. This presentation includes education on respect, discipline, laws of the game, social media and equality and diversity. The presentations are delivered free of charge by Hampshire FA's Designated Safeguarding Officer, Ian Binks.