Preston North End are looking for female supporters to become Her Game Too advocates, working in tandem with Preston North End Community and Education Trust [PNECET].
Founded in May 2021, Her Game Too is an award-winning campaign tackling sexist abuse in sport.
It was created and continues to be run by female football fans who are committed to growing the campaign with the aim of fostering an ethos in football in which women are welcomed and respected equally.
As one of the club’s Her Game Too advocates, you would contribute ideas and suggestions for how PNE can develop an even more inclusive, diverse environment, as well as attending networking events and conferences with other club advocates across the country.
There will also be the chance to play a part in the club’s upcoming Her Game Too dedicated matchday, with more details regarding this to be announced in the near future.
PNE partnered with Her Game Too in March last year, officially launching the partnership during the EFL Women’s Weekend campaign.
As part of this campaign, PNECET invited 100 female participants from across its girls’ and women’s programmes to watch the AFC Bournemouth fixture at Deepdale.
Equality Diversity & Inclusion and Community Engagement Officer at PNECET, Mohammed Patel, said: “We want as many of our female supporters as possible to get involved in this important and valuable campaign which promotes equality and opportunity.
“All ideas and contributions are welcome in terms of how we can make the football club even more inclusive and welcoming to all fans.”
Preston North End prides itself on being an inclusive, welcoming football club to all fans, including female supporters of all ages, backgrounds and religions.
If you are interested in getting involved in PNE’s Her Game Too partnership, please send an email to email@example.com by the end of Thursday 26th January 2023.
The Her Game Too website can be viewed here.