At Mumbai City Football Club, we recognize the importance of creating a safe and healthy environment at our club. We are unwavering in our commitment to ensuring the safety and protection of children and other vulnerable people within our football community.

Safeguarding is a collective responsibility and we emphasize the duty of every individual to report concerns, particularly if they involve the well-being of a child or a vulnerable person.

Safeguarding is about taking proactive steps to prevent harm taking place and being ready to respond if we're concerned that someone may be at risk. As an integral part of the City Football Group, Mumbai City Football Club takes its safeguarding obligations, also referred to as child or adult protection, with the utmost seriousness, regardless of their geographical location and context.

  1. Establishing a safe and inclusive environment for all participants, spectators and staff;
  2. Actively listening to all participants and their families and championing their entitlement to safety and dignity;
  3. Prioritizing the rights, well-being and needs of anyone who chooses to spend time with us;
  4. A rigorous and secure recruitment and training process to help prevent unsuitable people from joining our workforce;
  5. Providing transparent systems for reporting issues, incidents and concerns and responding to them in an effective and efficient manner.

To report a concern:

If you believe a child or vulnerable person is in immediate danger, please call Childline 1098 or the Police helpline 100.

If you have worries about the welfare of a child or other vulnerable person, or you are concerned about the behavior of any person towards a child or vulnerable adult during any MCFC activity, please fill a concern reporting form given below, or get in touch with our Safeguarding Manager, at

We strongly urge you to share as much information as you can. The more details you provide, the better equipped our team will be to respond promptly and efficiently to your report.