Our SF Framework guides football clubs to become more sustainable.
It invites football clubs to make key strategic sustainability commitments across three pillars:
Thriving Planet, Thriving People, Thriving Game.
01 Net Zero FC
Act now on climate change by committing to become a net zero carbon football club and leading the decarbonisation of football.
02 Circular FC
Embed circular economy principles, eliminate single-use plastics and send zero waste to landfill.
03 Nature FC
Give back to the environment, protect nature locally and support biodiversity, on and off the pitch.
04 Community FC
Support education, employment, health, wellbeing and community cohesion in the local community.
05 Inclusion FC
Tackle racism and discrimination, and promote equality, diversity and inclusion through football and society.
06 Fans FC
Sustain the club in the long-term interests of fans and communities, providing a greater voice for supporters.
07 Activism FC
Support players to freely express themselves as sustainability leaders and advocates for change.
08 Sustainable FC
Make sustainability core to club culture and motivate fans, colleagues and partners to embrace the challenge.
Thom Rawson is a sustainability leader and football fan.
He founded Sustainable Football in 2020, on a mission to help make football more sustainable.