Safeguarding & North Riding FA

Kids Zone

Safeguarding poster 


Meet Lottie & Larry, Lincolnshire FA’s new safeguarding characters, created by our competition winner Jay who plays in goal for Barton Inclusive Football Club

You Said, We Did

Here at Lincolnshire FA we are always keen to listen to the feedback of young people so that we can implement strategies and ideas which can better support and protect our youngest participants throughout the county. 

Young people are the future of grassroots football, so it’s vitally important they have a voice which can impact change on various matters within the game. 

Find out more below.

You Said We Did
your opinion matters

tell us about your football experience

What is GOOD about your experience in football?

What is NOT SO GOOD about your experience in football?

If you had a MAGIC WAND, what could we change to make your experience better?

We can support you – complete the form below and tell us what you think about playing grassroots football.

18 or under

childline

Childline offers free, confidential advice and support.

Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, simply call 0800 1111.

Online, on the phone, any time.

what happens when you contact childline?
Childline
think u know

are you keeping safe online

Click on the link below and explore one of the six ThinkUKnow websites for advice about staying safe when you're on a phone, tablet or computer.

call for help

every childhood is worth fighting for

• Online safety
• Report a problem
• Bullying
• Abuse

Call the NSPCC helpline if you're worried about a child.

Even if you're unsure, contact the professional counsellors 24/7 for help, advice and support on 0808 800 5000. Alternatively, visit their website below.

we only do positive
RESPECT
play your part

respect

The Respect codes of conduct are in place to ensure that everyone involved in grassroots football is playing their part to give players a positive experience.

Are you playing your part?

The FA’s Youth Code of Conduct can be viewed below.

Respect Code of Conduct - Youth

Youth