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Anti-social behaviour at home matches

13 February 2022

Club News

Anti-social behaviour at home matches

13 February 2022

Sutton United Football Club is consistently enjoying bigger crowds than ever, and we are working hard in many areas to see those numbers continue to grow.

We want our stadium to be an exciting and enjoyable place to visit, but also to be inclusive and welcoming to everyone who visits, whether they be players, officials or supporters but that also goes for our volunteers and stewards. People at work deserve to be treated with the same level of respect at football matches as they would
in all other walks of life.

Some people seem to believe that “you can get away” with behaviour in a football stadium that is not permissible or acceptable in other walks of life. In fact, the opposite is true. Anything banned or unacceptable on the streets is also not allowed in stadia, indeed there are additional specific laws and regulations that apply in and around a football stadium.

We will not tolerate actions or language that injure, insult, belittle, bully or otherwise discriminate against any individual or group of people.

This specifically includes, but is not limited to behaviours that are racist, sexist, homophobic or discriminatory in any way. Also, please remember that there are many young people in the ground, so moderate your language.

It is an exciting time to be a supporter of Sutton United. We have a fantastic manager and team delivering great performances and results at the highest level at which the club has ever competed. We all want to see the club continue to grow on and off the field and know that the vast majority of our supporters want to be a part of this
memorable chapter in our history.

So, make a noise, support the team and celebrate our goals but, at all times, please show respect for everyone else.

We would encourage anyone to feel free to report anti-social behaviour to club officials or stewards, who will take appropriate action.


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