Here at Manchester United, we believe that it is always unacceptable for a child or adult at risk to experience abuse of any kind and recognise our responsibility to safeguard their welfare by a commitment to practice which protects them.
How does the club safeguard children and adults at risk?
As part of our commitment, we have a Safeguarding Team which supports children, adults at risk and our colleagues across the Club, from the Academy, Women’s Football, MU Foundation and on a matchday.
We have a comprehensive safeguarding policy which covers how we work safely with children and adults at risk, and how we manage concerns that are raised.
We also want to ensure that children are aware of relevant safeguarding information and how they can keep themselves safe with our children’s version of the safeguarding policy. You can view both versions via the links below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I bring a child to a match, and what facilities are available?
Can my child attend a match on their own, or with a group of friends?
We are a large arranged group coming to a match, is there anything we need to be aware of?
If I lose my child at a game what should I do? And what is Manchester United’s guidance on the supervision of children?
What should I do if I am concerned about the conduct of someone in relation to a child?
FINDING OUT MORE
You can find more information about safeguarding in football on The Football Association's official website.