Safeguarding And Welfare

In light of the current Covid-19 situation, we are currently working from home.

Therefore, during this period, our Designated Safeguarding Lead and Designated Safeguarding Officer and RESPECT Lead can be contacted via:


Sarah Willis

Designated Safeguarding Officer and RESPECT Lead at Birmingham County FA

M: 07791 120829


English football takes safeguarding extremely seriously.

The ongoing work to make the game as safe and enjoyable as possible is led by The FA, the game’s governing body in this country. This work is delivered through County FAs such as ourselves in conjunction with leagues and clubs.

Within this section of our website, you will find all the necessary information and policies on safeguarding, social media guidance, local initiatives and details on upcoming courses and workshops to ensure you stay on top of your club or league's safeguarding responsibilities.

Our dedicated team are here to support and assist with any queries you might have regarding safeguarding within your club, the County FA and football in general.

Safeguarding is Everyone’s Responsibility


Safeguarding Policies and Procedures

Whatever your involvement in football, you have a responsibility to make our game as safe and enjoyable as possible
Birmingham FA

Birmingham County FA Safeguarding And Welfare

Local safeguarding information across our County
Safeguarding & Welfare Social Media Guidance

Social Media Guidance

Taking Safeguarding Online
For All Inclusion Final


Coach giving instructions

Face-to-face Identity Document Verification for DBS Checks

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