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Club News


1 October 2020

Blackpool Football Club acknowledges and accepts it has a responsibility for the wellbeing and safety of all young people and vulnerable who are under the Club’s care or utilising the Club’s facilities.

It is the duty of all adults working at the Club to safeguard the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults by creating an environment that protects them from harm.
The Club has a full range of policies that have been produced in association with the various football authorities including The Football League, The Premier League and The Football Association that oversee Blackpool Football Club. Our policies are reviewed on a regular basis.
The Club has a designated safeguarding officer to deal with issues relating to any aspect of the welfare of children or vulnerable adults.
The Designated Safeguarding Officer at the Club is William Cowell and he can be contacted via e-mail at
Whether it is at the Stadium, The Community Trust or The Academy Blackpool Football Club will strive to keep children and vulnerable adults safe and free from harm. 

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