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The Surrey County Football Association is committed to tackling discrimination and harassment whether by reason of gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, ability or disability, and promoting equality throughout the County.


Surrey FA aim to provide access and opportunities for all members of the community, ensuring that all participants are treated with fairness and respect across the County. We have various equality forum groups to help with this and if you're interested in finding out more about these groups, then please click here for more details and to be redirected.

Football has the power to influence many aspects to ensure that equality across the game is attained and a local, Surrey based University student (Dan Smith) has produced a report on the Football v Homophobia campaign, outlining how football can positively challenge discrimination and stereotypes in football. You can watch Dan's report by by clicking on the PLAY button in the image above.


Our strategy sets out the vision, key priorities and targets for investment into grassroots football which represents the Surrey FA's contribution to the delivery of The FA National Game Strategy. The five key goals of the Surrey FA are as follows:

1. Sustain and Increase Participation
(Supporting clubs to increase teams, offering a range of competitions and leagues, providing opportunities to take part)

2. Coaching and Player Development
(Developing the best coaches, supporting players to reach their potential, providing the best start in football)

3. Better Training & Playing Facilities
(Improve and maintain football facilities, investing in new facilities for Surrey, delivering a new home for Football in Surrey)

4. The Football Workforce
(Identifying new and supporting current volunteers to run the game, providing referees to every game, utilising new technology)

5. Being Financially Sustainable for Surrey football
(Promoting & marketing the game, identifying new funding and sponsorship opportunities, understanding the needs of our customers)

The following principles and values will guide our organisation

1. Excellence

2. Inclusion

3. Innovation


For more information on equality in football and other sports please click on the below links to be redirected.

Kick It Out
Pride Sports
The Justin Campaign
Inclusive and Active


Surrey FA Equality Committee Members, please click here to access and update the Surrey FA Equality Events Calendar 2016

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