We've partnered with Football Associations across the UK to help build respect on and off the pitch. To join us in supporting grassroots football simple #SignYourSupport to our partnership with your nation's FA below and show your passion for protecting the values of the beautiful game.

England flag
The FA's Respect Programme

Total number of England supporters so far

2 6 6 8
Scotland flag
The Scottish FA's Positive Play Campaign

Total number of Scotland supporters so far

0 3 5 5
Wales flag
The Football Association of Wales Fair Play Awards

Total number of Wales supporters so far

0 1 4 3
Northern Ireland flag
The Irish Football Association Back in the Game initiative

Total number of Northern Ireland supporters so far

0 0 7 6

To learn more about how we're working with your national Football Association, explore our Mutual Respect page.

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  1. Gareth Southgate at England Flag Launch Day St George's Park, Burton upon Trent
  2. Joe Jordan signs the flag at Cleland Cleland, Scotland
  3. Gretna Green Scotland Gretna Green, Scotland
  4. Reading FC Madejski Stadium Madejski Stadium, Reading
  5. Jack Wilshere at AFC Bournemouth, Vitality Stadium AFC Bournemouth, Vitality Stadium Kings Park Drive, Bournemouth, Dorset
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  6. Dumfries, Queen of the South Football Club Palmerston Park, 76-94 Terregles Street, Dumfries
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  7. Poole Harbour The Quay, Poole
  8. Colin Hendry 'Braveheart' at Keith, North Scotland Keith, North Scotland
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  9. Largs, North Ayrshire Largs, North Ayrshire
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  10. Newbury Racecourse Racecourse Road, Newbury
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  11. Saltcoats, North Ayrshire Saltcoats, North Ayrshire
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  12. Arsenal legend, Tony Adams in Cirencester, Gloucestershire Cirencester, Gloucestershire
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  13. Ciaran Pugh Scotland SFA Positive Play Mutual Respect Winner - Edinburgh City North Merchiston, Edinburgh City
  14. Gloucester Cathedral 12 College Green, Gloucester
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  15. Wembley Stadium, London Wembley Stadium, London
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  16. Peter Shilton (125 caps for England) at Colchester, Essex
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  17. Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
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  18. Euxton Girls FC, Whalley Abbey and Accrington Stanley FC (Who are they, Exactly!) Crown Ground Livingstone Road, Accrington
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  19. Kevin Gallacher (53 caps for Scotland, scoring 9 goals) at Clydebank, Scotland West Dunbartonshire, Scotland
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  20. Blackpool Tower Bank Hey Street, Blackpool
  21. Ex Coronation Street and Emmerdale star Gaynor Faye and Leeds United TV presenter Emma Louise Jones in Leeds Leeds, West Yorkshire
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  22. Kelly Smith former Lioness forward, playing for Arsenal Ladies and Team Great Britain at the London 2012 Olympics at North London North London
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  23. Harry Redknapp – West Ham United and AFC Bournemouth legend at Sandbanks Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset
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  24. Kilmarnock Football Club Rugby Rd, Kilmarnock
  25. Melksham Town Football Club Eastern Way, Melksham
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  26. Hampden Park Mount Florida, Glasgow, Scotland
  27. Chester-le-Street Chester-le-Street, County Durham
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  28. Ashton Gate – The home of Bristol City. Memorial Stadium – The home of Bristol Rovers Unit 1 Ashton Gate Stadium Ashton Road
  29. Angel of the North Durham Rd, Low Eighton, Gateshead
  30. Carlisle United Football Club 250 Warwick Rd, Carlisle
  31. Slough Town FC, Maidenhead United FC and St. Michaels Church in Bray Arbour Park, Stoke Rd, Slough
  32. Albion Rovers FC - Scotland Reigart Stadium, Main Street, Coatbridge
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  33. Nationwide Building Society Northampton Admin Centre and Northampton Town Football Club First team coach Marc Richards Kings Park Road, Moulton Park, Northampton
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  34. Peacehaven & Telscombe Football Club in Brighton Peacehaven Sports Centre Piddinghoe Avenue, Peacehaven
  35. Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs from Coronation Street) in Manchester Manchester, Greater Manchester
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  36. Kilbride, Isle of Skye, Scotland Kilbride, Isle of Skye, Scotland
  37. Hamble Disability Football Club – Southampton Hamble Ln, Hamble-le-Rice, Southampton
  38. Lionesses Jill Scott, Ellen White, Carly Telford, Keira Walsh, Niamh Charles, and Leach Williamson at Bisham Abbey Bisham Village, Marlow Rd, Bisham, Marlow
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  39. Chris Ramsey – Technical Director at Queens Park Rangers and former professional footballer, playing for Brighton & Hove Albion and Swindon Town at Raynes Park Juniors FC London
  40. Torrington Avenue in Knowle West, Bristol Torrington Avenue, Bristol
  41. The King of Soccer Saturday and Hartlepool United biggest fan, Jeff Stelling (and Gilbert the cat) in Hartlepool Victoria Park, Clarence Rd, Hartlepool
  42. Sir Geoff Hurst at London Stadium, the home of West Ham United Football Club Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London Stadium, London
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  43. Highfield Rangers Football Club with Leicester City Mascot Filbert the Fox Gleneagles Ave, Leicester
  44. Wiltshire – Swindon Town Football Club, Lethbridge Primary School, Swindon, and Bath Royal Crescent Royal Cres, Bath
  45. Steve Coppell, Manchester United legend in Liverpool Liverpool
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  46. Martin Keown, Arsenal and England legend and now TV pundit for BBC and BT Sport in Oxford Oxford
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  47. Prime Minister, Boris Johnson at 10 Downing Street, London 10 Downing St, London
  48. Port Solent in Portsmouth Port Solent, Portsmouth
  49. Bristol City Fan, 8-year-old Teddy scored 500 goals and raised over £1000 for charity Brislington, Bristol
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  50. Gary Mabbutt, Tottenham Hotspur legend and one of the best defenders in English football in the 1980s in Tottenham Tottenham, London
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  51. Knightsbridge in London Knightsbridge, London
  52. BOXPARK in Wembley - Who do you recognise in the photos? Wembley, London
  53. Will Mellor (Harvey Gaskell from Coronation Street) at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester
  54. Will Greenwood former Rugby Union player and member of England’s 2003 World Cup winning team at Mattioli Woods Welford Road, the home of Leicester Tigers Aylestone Rd, Leicester
  55. Ray Winstone – Hollywood A-lister, best known for his ‘hard man’ roles at Coventry Coventry
  56. Paul Merson, Arsenal legend and Sky Sports TV pundit in Arsenal Arsenal, London
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  57. Neeld Crescent, where Raheem Sterling grew up. Plus top Italian chef Aldo Zilli. Neeld Crescent, Wembley
Map of the United Kingdom Gareth Southgate at England Flag Launch Day Joe Jordan signs the flag at Cleland Gretna Green Scotland Reading FC Madejski Stadium Jack Wilshere at AFC Bournemouth, Vitality Stadium Dumfries, Queen of the South Football Club Poole Harbour Colin Hendry 'Braveheart' at Keith, North Scotland Largs, North Ayrshire Newbury Racecourse Saltcoats, North Ayrshire Arsenal legend, Tony Adams in Cirencester, Gloucestershire Ciaran Pugh Scotland SFA Positive Play Mutual Respect Winner - Edinburgh City Gloucester Cathedral Wembley Stadium, London Peter Shilton (125 caps for England) at Colchester, Essex Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire Euxton Girls FC, Whalley Abbey and Accrington Stanley FC (Who are they, Exactly!) Kevin Gallacher (53 caps for Scotland, scoring 9 goals) at Clydebank, Scotland Blackpool Tower Ex Coronation Street and Emmerdale star Gaynor Faye and Leeds United TV presenter Emma Louise Jones in Leeds Kelly Smith former Lioness forward, playing for Arsenal Ladies and Team Great Britain at the London 2012 Olympics at North London Harry Redknapp – West Ham United and AFC Bournemouth legend at Sandbanks Kilmarnock Football Club Melksham Town Football Club Hampden Park Chester-le-Street Ashton Gate – The home of Bristol City. Memorial Stadium – The home of Bristol Rovers Angel of the North Carlisle United Football Club Slough Town FC, Maidenhead United FC and St. Michaels Church in Bray Albion Rovers FC - Scotland Nationwide Building Society Northampton Admin Centre and Northampton Town Football Club First team coach Marc Richards Peacehaven & Telscombe Football Club in Brighton Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs from Coronation Street) in Manchester Kilbride, Isle of Skye, Scotland Hamble Disability Football Club – Southampton Lionesses Jill Scott, Ellen White, Carly Telford, Keira Walsh, Niamh Charles, and Leach Williamson at Bisham Abbey Chris Ramsey – Technical Director at Queens Park Rangers and former professional footballer, playing for Brighton & Hove Albion and Swindon Town at Raynes Park Juniors FC Torrington Avenue in Knowle West, Bristol The King of Soccer Saturday and Hartlepool United biggest fan, Jeff Stelling (and Gilbert the cat) in Hartlepool Sir Geoff Hurst at London Stadium, the home of West Ham United Football Club Highfield Rangers Football Club with Leicester City Mascot Filbert the Fox Wiltshire – Swindon Town Football Club, Lethbridge Primary School, Swindon, and Bath Royal Crescent Steve Coppell, Manchester United legend in Liverpool Martin Keown, Arsenal and England legend and now TV pundit for BBC and BT Sport in Oxford Prime Minister, Boris Johnson at 10 Downing Street, London Port Solent in Portsmouth Bristol City Fan, 8-year-old Teddy scored 500 goals and raised over £1000 for charity Gary Mabbutt, Tottenham Hotspur legend and one of the best defenders in English football in the 1980s in Tottenham Knightsbridge in London BOXPARK in Wembley - Who do you recognise in the photos? Will Mellor (Harvey Gaskell from Coronation Street) at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United Will Greenwood former Rugby Union player and member of England’s 2003 World Cup winning team at Mattioli Woods Welford Road, the home of Leicester Tigers Ray Winstone – Hollywood A-lister, best known for his ‘hard man’ roles at Coventry Paul Merson, Arsenal legend and Sky Sports TV pundit in Arsenal Neeld Crescent, where Raheem Sterling grew up. Plus top Italian chef Aldo Zilli.