Reporting Discrimination

Liverpool FA is committed to tackling all forms of abuse and discrimination in the game.

If you have been subject to, or witnessed abuse and/or discrimination we need you to report it!

Unsure as to what constitutes discrimination? At it's very basic level, discrimination means treating someone unfairly due to one of the below characteristics:

Race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, belief or lack of religion/belief
Sexual orientation

None of the above is acceptable and with your help we can eradicate it from our game!

You don't have to be a referee to report discrimination. In fact the referee doesn't even need to have heard what you are reporting. Whether you're a player or spectator you too have a duty to report discrimination and remove it from the game!

We appreciate, however, that reporting discrimination can be a daunting experience and so if you need some guidance, click on one of the following hyperlinks.

I am a PLAYER who wants to report discrimination 

I am a SPECTATOR who wants to report discrimination 

There are various means of reporting which can be found listed below.

There are various means of reporting which can be found listed below.

1. Please contact Liverpool FA on 0151 523 4488 or e-mail

2. Report it to Kick it Out by using their online report form or their Kick it Out app.

If you want more information please contact our Welfare Officer Gordon Johnson on 0151 523 4488.

Tackling Discrimination
Kick it Out
Report Abuse & Discrimination