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Cambridge United is committed to Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults who interact with the Club across all of its activities. At all times we will demonstrate best practice in the area of safeguarding children and young people, seeking to develop a positive and proactive welfare programme for everyone to benefit from an enjoyable and safe environment.

View our Safeguarding Guide by clicking here.

For our Mental Health and Wellbeing section, please click here.

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My name is Sarah King and I am the Safeguarding and Club Welfare Officer at Cambridge United Football Club.

My role is to ensure the wellbeing and safety of all individuals associated with the Club, particularly those who are under the age of 18 or who are considered vulnerable.

I am required to maintain safeguarding principles and create a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment. My duties include implementing child protection policies, ensuring that safer recruitment checks are carried out before staff begin working for the club and providing support to staff, players and parents on various welfare matters.

If you would like to get in touch or have a safeguarding concern that you wish to report, please email

Report an incident

    Cambridge United has a zero tolerance approach to abuse and discrimination and the Abbey Stadium should be a place where everyone feels safe, welcome and part of the Cambridge United family.

    To anonymously report discrimination on a Matchday, please call or text the Club's reporting number - 075224 73291.

    Alternatively, please email the Club’s Supporter Liaison Officer Dave Matthew-Jones via

    All relevant incidents will be forwarded onto Kick It Out, where you can also anonymously report incidents of discrimination.

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