Is homophobia an issue in Hertfordshire football? Complete our survey and be in with a chance of winning tickets to an England game at Wembley.
Hertfordshire FA and the Hertfordshire Constabulary are running a survey to gauge the county’s football fans’ attitudes to gay and lesbian players involved in the game and whether they have experienced or witnessed homophobia while either watching or playing a match.
Historically in football, and the general sporting arena, homophobia has been an issue. And with no footballers in the Premier League or Football League yet to come out as gay – it remains an issue today.
Both the Hertfordshire FA and the Constabulary would like to encourage as many of Hertfordshire’s football fans to participate in the survey as possible.
The results of the survey will help us to determine what needs to be done to ensure there is equality for all in Hertfordshire and that everyone feels safe to participate in football - whether that be on the pitch, in the technical area or in the stands.
Everyone who completes the survey will have the chance to enter a prize draw for two tickets to an England game at Wembley stadium.
To complete the survey please click on the link below. It only takes a couple of minutes to complete!
For more information on this survey or to find out how Hertfordshire FA are tackling homophobia in football please contact Marketing & Communications Officer, Callum Riley on 01462 650218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org