The club's Rovers for All campaign is simple: if you are Rovers, you are welcome.
Rovers for All is the basis for everything we do at Club Doncaster to ensure that coming to the Keepmoat Stadium is a fantastic and welcoming experience for everyone regardless of sex, religion, race, sexuality, disability, maternity or age.
We believe that the fans in our stadium should be as diverse, dynamic, and vibrant as the people in our town and we are working hard to break down barriers and make watching Rovers, Belles and Dons as accessible as possible for everyone.
Working with local and international charities including Kick it Out, Fans for Diversity, and the Football Supporters’ Federation, we do all we can to ensure Doncaster Rovers is the football team of choice for everyone living in Doncaster.
If you see discriminatory language being used online or in our stadium, we urge you to report it to Kick It Out using one of the reporting methods below:
Online: You can report online using their online form which can be found here.
Phone: Report an incident of discrimination by calling 0800 169 9414
Social media: You can incidents on Twitter directly by allerting @kickitout and @kickitoutreport. You can also report via private message on Facebook by visiting the Kick It Out page. It is recommended that you provide screenshots or links when reporting something on social media.
Email: You can also email to report an incident of discrimination here by contacting email@example.com.
Rovers for All
Taylor named Rovers' PFA Community Champion of the Year30 April 2021
Jon Taylor has been named this year’s Rovers PFA Community Champion for his fantastic work in the Doncaster community.
Foundation participant shares story to mark Football Welcomes month14 April 2021
Club Doncaster Foundation’s Football Welcomes participant Abdelaziz has shared his story on the Goal Click website to mark Football Welcomes month.
International Women's Day8 March 2021
Head of people and culture at Club Doncaster, Kirsty Cavanagh, discusses her journey into the world of professional football and her hopes for the next generation of women in the game.