How do I report something I am worried about?

How do I report something I am worried about?

There are several ways you report something you are worried about.

You can tell your nearest Steward, alternatively you can request to speak with a specially trained Safeguarding Steward or ask to speak to the Stadium Designated Safeguarding Lead. You can also head to the LFC website, visit the safeguarding FAQs section and fill in the online form at the bottom of the page.

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