Nigel Fletcher (Co-Chair)

Nigel Fletcher is CEO of the International Sports Convention (ISC) since 2010 which is B2B events, education and media company. He currently holds volunteer advisory roles in equality, diversity and inclusion with The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), Football Association of Wales (FAW) and Southampton Football Club. Nigel is also a policy advisor to Fair Game […]


Former professional footballer Mickey Ambrose grew up in Poplar, East London where he was the original ‘milk boy’ in the year England won the World Cup 1966. He worked from 5 am at the age of 5 years old to earn himself ‘Half a Crown’ (13 pence) to serve the local community. Mickey is an […]

Nigel Fletcher, Co-Chair and FairGame policy adviser takes to House of Commons

Fair Game, which consists of club 18 members, took its mission to reboot our national game to the House of Commons today. Fair Game is seeking to influence and work with the government’s fan-led review, chaired by Tracey Crouch MP, to ensure the opportunity for fair, lasting change is taken. Fair Game believes English football should be […]

FAEQUALITYNOW present to the Government Fan Led Review of Football

On Monday June 28th, FA Equality Now made a presentation to the Government fan-led review of Football. The panel is chaired by Tracy Crouch MP.The Government fan-led review of Football includes: Kevin Miles (Chief Executive, The Football Supporters’ Association) Roy Hodgson (former Crystal Palace and England manager) Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale (Chief Executive, Everton FC) Clarke […]

Paul Stewart on ITV, FA EQUALITY NOW member – FA must learn lessons

A former footballer who was among the first to come forward with claims of historical child sex abuse in the game, has said the Football Association must learn lessons. Paul Stewart, who played for Liverpool and Manchester City, was speaking following publication of a review conducted by Clive Sheldon QC into historical sexual abuse. CLICK HERE […]