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PLAYSAFE WEEKEND WITH DURHAM COUNTY FA

Durham County FA supporting the PlaySafe Weekend in our most recent mini soccer fixtures!

Play Safe Weekend with Durham County FA 

Thank you for all of your collective efforts regarding the Play Safe Weekend on Saturday and Sunday 1 and 2 October 2022

This weekend seen many teams across County FA's all over England come together and support the Play Safe weekend campaign. Here at Durham County FA we provided teams with Play Safe Weekend captain armbands to drive greater awareness of the safeguarding practice and culture in your club or organisation. 

 The campaign is initially supported by the NSPCC as well as the Premier League, EFL, Barclay's Women's Super League and Barclay's Women's Championship. It's also being backed by every other level of the game across England.

This year’s focus remains on the key role of parents/carers in safeguarding, with two main messages being conveyed:

• Are you aware of the vital safeguarding role you play in football?
• Please take the new, short and free safeguarding course specifically developed for parents/carers, which can be accessed here.

How we supported the play safe weekend

Here's how teams affiliated to the Durham County Football Association supported the #PlaySafeWeekend. A big thank you to every club, coach, player and parent who got behind Play Safe Weekend and supported as much as possible! 

Durham County FA Mini Soccer 

Jarrow FC Youth, North East Sports, Whickham Fellside, Washington United and Browney FC all supported the #PlaySafeWeekend for last weekends fixtures in the Durham County FA Mini Soccer! 

Hurworth Albion Youth
 

Hurworth Albion Youth U7's supported the #PlaySafeWeekend. 

Hurworth Albion Youth

Hurworth Albion Youth u13 supported the #PlaySafeWeekend.

Hebburn Town Juniors

Hebburn Town Juniors U's supported the #PlaySafeWeekend.