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Title: Altrincham FC Fans For Diversity 7/10/17
Author: Andrew Flynn

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On 7 October, Altrincham welcome Rushall Olympic to the
J. Davidson Stadium, which coincides with the Non-League Day
Altrincham FC announces that the Club has "been selected as
one of only four clubs, nationally, to be promoted and funded by
Fans for Diversity, an organisation supported by Kick it Out and
The Football Supporters' Federation to have special status as a
non-league football club on Non-League Day to showcase the
Inclusion & Diversity of their favourite football club.
We want to take advantage of the day to showcase all the work
we have been doing to improve the match day experience in
general, and how we are taking steps to specifically cater for
audiences outside of our 'core demographic'.
Meetings have taken place over many weeks with the Football
Supporters' Federation, Kick It Out and Level Playing Field (the
charity for disabled football supporters) to use this event to launch
the Club on its journey to become the most Inclusive & Diverse
non-league football club in England. This work has been very
much boosted by the appointment of a small Inclusion & Diversity
team (Jacqui Forster and Jordan Tyms) and the joint Supporters'
Liaision Officers (Mike Reeves and Alison Corser). So the Club
have set the foundations on this exciting ambition which we hope
can be achieved very quickly.


This team is focused on delivering a great off-field experience for
you for the Rushall game and, so far, the off-field activities include:
Attendance at the game by a number of legendary former players,
including Stuart Coburn, Val Owen, Gary Scott and Colin Potts
A complimentary drink for those supporters that attend the
Nantwich game
Live music in the CSH (mini Trafford Pride concert)
Children’s Face Painting
Non-League Day merchandising from Fans for Diversity
Richie Bentley’s special Non-League Day menu
Subbuteo demonstrations
Primary School Art competition
We are targeting the official opening of our new larger pitch-side
disabled shelter for on NLD.
Both teams to be assigned a mascot from the Mini
Kickers/Junior teams to lead out the teams


We are supported in this initiative by:
Women at the Game, for whom this match is a designated event
Prostate Cancer UK, the Evostik League chosen charity who
will be collecting funds for their work at the game
National Football V homophobia and Trafford Pride
This will include Football v Homophobia training for our stewards
Football Supporters' Federation and Kick it Out, who are both
funding our production of a four-page document showcasing
our commitment to Inclusion and Diversity, our current
position and our future plans
All players to wear Fans for Diversity/Non-League Day T-Shirts
during the warm up (League approval pending)
Mass social media coverage
The Board will be formally signing up to our 'Promise', taking
the form of a large printed graphic stating the Club’s
commitment to become the leading non-league football club
for Inclusion & Diversity.
Watch the press, the web and our excellent social media for more
details on our forthcoming plans as they come to fruition".

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