The safety and well being of all children, young people and adults at risk is of paramount importance to Chelsea FC and Foundation. We recognise our duty of care to all vulnerable groups and are committed to ensuring that Chelsea FC is a place that enables everyone to participate in an enjoyable safe and inclusive enviroment.
Through the application of our policies and procedures we aim to provide a safe environment for those engaging with the Club. This equally applies to the safety and security of those working with and responsible for the activities involving children, young people and adults at risk.
We take our responsibilities for safeguarding and duty of care seriously and recognise that:
- The welfare of children, young people and adults at risk is paramount.
- All children and adults at risk regardless of age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion and/or sexual orientation (defined as Protected Characteristics within the Equality Act 2010) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse.
- The Club must work in partnership with vulnerable groups, their family or support network and other statutory and non- statutory agencies to achieve meaningful outcomes for the participant with whom we work.
The Club complies with government legislation relating to safeguarding vulnerable groups and has comprehensive safeguarding procedures which meet the requirements of the Premier League and FA’s Safeguarding Regulations.
Download Chelsea FC and Foundtion Safeguarding policies and proceedures below:
If you have a concern of a safeguarding nature please contact the person in charge of the activity who will refer on to the departmental safeguarding officer, or you can contact:
Eva Bari - Head of Safeguarding Dani Taylor - Safeguarding Manager
If you are concerned about the immediate safety or welfare of a child or adult at risk please contact: