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Everyone has a duty to safeguard the welfare of children and other vulnerable people.

Everyone has a duty to safeguard the welfare of children and other vulnerable people.

Manchester City Football Club has a number of people trained and ready to deal with matters of abuse, harassment or bullying involving vulnerable people.

If you have a concern about your own safety or the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult in any aspect of their lives and they are involved in a Manchester City Football Club activity you can speak to the following people:

  • The person in charge of the activity who will refer on to a safeguarding officer.
  • Send a confidential email to SafeAtCity@mcfc.co.uk.
  • The appointed site or departmental Safeguarding Officer shown below:

Club and City Football Group Nic Scott
Head of Safeguarding 
 +44 161 438 7804
Junior membership/ matchday Liz Douglas
Membership Schemes Co-ordinator 
+44 161 438 7601
Elite  Sarah Dymond
PA to Scouting & Recruitment Management Team 
+44 161 438 7601
Head Office  Ellie Warne
HR Adviser 
+44 161 438 7601
Academy   Georgina Lillis
Player Welfare and Support Officer
+44 161 438 7601
Academy  Trevor Todd
Junior Academy Manager & Head of Local Recruitment 
+44 161 438 7601 
City in the Community  Cassie Wood
Health Co-Ordinator
 +44 161 438 7601
City in the Community  Deborah Glynn
Skills and Enterprise Co-ordinator 
+44 161 438 7601 
Stewarding/ matchday  Sue Lee
Safety and Security Training Manager 
+44 161 438 7601 
 Academy Stadium Francine Bebbington
Safety and Security Assistant 
+44 161 438 7601 
City Football Schools  Andy Smith
Technical Director of Coaching 
+44 161 438 7601 
MCWFC Jen Wildes
Team Operations and Administration
+44 161 438 7601 
MCWFC Annie Fairhurst
Assistant Safeguarding Officer
+44 161 438 7601 
City Football Middle East  Simon Hewitt
Project Manager
+971 56 610 9187 
City Football Foundation Gareth Hughes
International Programmes Co-Ordinator
+44 161 438 7601 

If you are worried about the immediate safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult you can also contact:

  • The Police dial 999 
  • The NSPCC ChildLine 0800 1111 
  • Manchester C.C Social Services via the Response Team 0161 234 5001 
  • If they require immediate medical care then please call an ambulance using 999