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Win Through Completing Our Equality Data Survey Audit for Players

We're giving a lucky participant the chance of winning a £250 voucher to use on Amazon.

Kent FA are offering all players who play football in Kent and are affiliated to a Kent FA club for the 2021/2022 season the chance to win one of three amazon vouchers, simply by completing our Equality Survey to collect data for players.

The three vouchers to be won are worth £250, £150 and £100 respectively.

The competition is simple to enter and the equality survey takes less than 2 minutes to complete!

Simply click on the link below to complete the equality form and on the following page, enter your name, email address and contact number and then click submit.

CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE FORM 

The equality data all players provide will be treated anonymously and will in no way be linked to the details provided to enter the competition. 

The competition is open from Friday 3 September 2021 at 9am and will close 7 days after the 5,000th entry has been received. After this date no further entries to the competition will be permitted. No prize will be awarded until 5,000 entries have been received. The final closing date is 30 November 2021.

The full terms and conditions for the competition can be found here.

Why are we collecting equality data from football players in Kent?

As part of Kent FA’s commitment to ensuring football is a game for all within the county, we have committed to reaccrediting the Equality Standard for Sport at Preliminary Level with the aim of going on to achieve the Intermediate Level of the award.

To achieve this, Kent FA must conduct an audit via a survey of players who play for clubs affiliated to Kent FA, in order to understand our own current position and demographics.

Kent FA has nearly 55,000 players registered as playing within the county and a 10% return rate (approximately 5,000-5,500 responses) is expected by the awarding body, as having a representative return rate demonstrates that we, the Kent FA, as the Governing Body of football in Kent, is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and have a clear understanding of the demographic we serve.

It also helps us as a county formulate our Equality Action plan over the next few years and how we can continue to provide opportunities across the game for all in the county.

If you have any questions please contact Football Development Officer (Inclusion), Toby Elgar, who is leading this piece of work, via toby.elgar@kentfa.com

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