In the lead up to Saturday's EFL Together month fixture when we face Hull City, we are highlighting methods of reporting incidents of abuse/discrimination on matchdays at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
The matchday will see the Club showing support for equality, diversity and inclusion at the Sky Blues, as part of the EFL’s ‘Together’ month.
Already this week we have highlighted the work of the Level Playing Field campaign for disabled access, our work with women and girls as we marked International Women's Day on Wednesday and Sky Blues in the Community have distributed 700 tickets to community groups ahead of Saturday's game.
We're now highlighting some of the ways in which you can report any incidents that may occur on our home matchdays.
We have a dedicated number which you can use to anonymously report incidents - this is:
07537 453 117
By using this service, fans can report any incidents or issues in the stadium directly to the stadium control room and stewarding team.
Simply begin your message with the Block/Seat location of the incident – followed by details of the incident.
You can also report any incidents to a steward on the day, or after the game by emailing email@example.com, though by reporting an incident on the day it means it can be dealt with immediately.
You can also report any incidents of discrimination/abuse using the Kick It Out app.
Kick It Out is football’s equality and inclusion organisation, working throughout the football, educational and community sectors to challenge discrimination, encourage inclusive practices and campaign for positive change.
You can see more about the work of Kick It Out on their website at www.kickitout.org, on Twitter at @kickitout or you can also download the Kick It Out reporting app. This app allows fans to anonymously report any incidents of racism or discrimination that they witness at any level of the game, and also includes the latest news from the campaign.
Coventry City is committed to making sure that our matchdays continue to be a positive and respectful environment for all supporters – who can enjoy their day in safety, free of discrimination or any incidents that may deter from that experience.