Cardiff City FC Community Foundation is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children, young people, and adults at risk who engage in Foundation organised activities.

Whether engaging in activities at the Stadium, the House of Sport, or out in the community, the Foundation will strive to keep children, young people, and adults at risk safe and free from harm.

The Foundation takes its responsibilities seriously in this area and we are committed to:
• Getting the right people involved through safe recruitment and training.
• Creating a safe environment for all visitors, participants, and staff.
• Having and promoting clear systems to deal with any issues or concerns.

Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk Policies and Procedures
The Foundation has comprehensive safeguarding policies and procedures in place for all staff and volunteers, which meet the requirements of The Premier League rules, The Football League's guidance on safeguarding children and young people, The FA safeguarding children rules, and Government legislation. Cardiff City Football Club and Cardiff City FC Community Foundation adhere to Affiliated Football’s policies and procedures for safeguarding. For further information, click here.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. All staff and volunteers have a duty to safeguard the welfare of children and other vulnerable groups. If you require a full version of the Foundation’s Safeguarding policies, you can contact the Foundation’s Safeguarding Lead (see contact details below).

Senior Safeguarding Manager - Cardiff City FC Community Foundation

Name: Roxy Williams

Contact Number:

Email Address:

Designated Safeguarding Officer - Cardiff City FC Community Foundation

Name: Nicola Barry

Contact Number: 07487 846497

Email Address:

Board Safeguarding Lead

Name: Hywel Dafydd

Contact Number: 02920231212

Email Address:

Head of Safeguarding - Cardiff City Football Club

Name: Robert Cronick

Email Address:

If you are worried about your IMMEDIATE safety or the IMMEDIATE safety of another child or adult at risk, please call the Police using '999'.

For further support from Third Party Organisations, view the Foundation’s directory here.

Other External Key Contacts

Cardiff Child Protection Team

02920 536490 (office hours)

Cardiff Adult Safeguarding Team

02922 330 888 (office hours)

Emergency Duty Team

02920 788 570 (out of hours)

NSPCC 24-hour Helpline

0808 800 5000

NSPCC ChildLine

0800 1111

South Wales Police

101 (Non-emergency)

If you would like to report a safeguarding concern to the Foundation, please complete the form below.

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