Kick It Out in partnership with The Football Association (FA) and the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) will host a diversity forum aimed at referees on Monday, February 20 at the Matchroom Stadium.
Former Premier League referee Chris Foy is one of the guests confirmed for the event. Foy spent over 20 years officiating in the professional game, taking charge of over 550 fixtures.
During the forum, there will be the opportunity to network with other referees, to participate in a Referee Development session delivered by Chris Foy and a chance to learn more about the diversity work being undertaken in refereeing nationwide.
There will also be a discussion debating the barriers for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) referees in the sport.
The event is open to those who are currently involved or are interested in refereeing at all levels of the game, with the aim of encouraging potential referees from under-represented backgrounds to attend the event in east London.
To book your place at this free event, please visit the registration website here.