Football is a remarkably powerful game, enjoyed by thousands on Merseyside. We at Liverpool FA, want to create a better football experience – for the many, not the few.
Football is for everyone and we’re determined to breakdown barriers which prevent progress.
At the FA and here at Liverpool FA, equality, diversity and inclusion means valuing and celebrating our differences. Nurturing the right working environment and culture means everyone thrives and can be themselves.
For the game, it means everyone's welcome, ensuring differences between us do not create barriers to getting into football and staying involved.
Differences can be something tangible like gender, race and ethnicity. Less obvious differences include heritage, religion, sexual orientation, unseen disabilities, family or social status and age.
We believe embracing equality, diversity and inclusion makes us stronger, and better equipped to meet the challenges of the modern game.
Despite our individual differences, one thing should never be different – the game is FOR ALL.
Liverpool FA supports the FA’s vision of Inclusion and we feel football has the power to change lives. We currently deliver inclusion projects in the female, male and disability player pathways as well as delivering a coach network and offering coach bursaries for underrepresented groups. We are working closely with community organisations to deliver new and exciting projects in the future.