Keep Up Play Safe
Cumberland FA’s ‘Keep Up Play Safe’ Campaign Has Been Launched To Highlight That Everyone Involved With Youth Football, 16/17 Year Olds In Open Age Football, And Those That Work With Adults At Risk Have A Role To Play In Safeguarding, Whether You Are A Spectator, Volunteer Or Player.
WE ALL NEED TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY!
Safeguarding Is At The Heart Of Everything We Do.
Join Us As We Aim To Highlight That Everyone Has A Role To Play!
We want the Grassroots Football Community to get involved and help raise the profile of the #KeepUpPlaySafe campaign to ensure the message that ‘we all have a role to play in safeguarding’ is seen and heard loud and clear.
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?
Throughout November you can join our #KeepUpPlaySafe video campaign (details below) – all videos* shared on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) with #KeepUpPlaySafe and tagging Cumberland FA will have the chance to WIN 1 of 4 £25 Vouchers courtesy of Kitlocker!
If The Video Is Not For You – You Can Still Play Your Part!
Scroll down to check that you’re doing what you can to ensure a safe and positive environment for children, young people and vulnerable adults.
You can tag us on Social Media to let us know what you're doing to #KeepUpPlaySafe or pass the message around your Grassroots Football contacts so they can get involved.
Watch the Cumberland FA #KeepUpPlaySafe video to find out more [coming soon on our Social Media channels]
Here are some things that you can do to support safeguarding across grassroots football in Cumberland (this list is not exhaustive), as a Club Volunteer, Coach, Player, Parent/Carer or Referee
You can use one of the examples on the list below for the video to show how you're doing your bit to #KeepUpPlaySafe
*By uploading your video to this campaign using #KeepUpPlaySafe and tagging Cumberland FA you are giving permission for Cumberland FA to use this footage to promote the campaign now and in the future.
VISIT our #KeepUpPlaySafe page for more information and links to support you to 'Keep Up to Play Safe' in Cumberland football