Safe Sports Space Campaign

What is a Safe Sports Space?

  • A sports space where all athletes, coaches, physical education students and teachers, and spectators and families are safe and treated with respect, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression
  • A place such as a gym, pool, track, playing field, locker room, weight room, training room, coaches’ or teachers’ offices, or any other sports space in a school
  • A place where name-calling, bullying or harassment of any kind is not tolerated
  • A place where everyone can enjoy sports and physical education activities

How to Let Everyone Know that Your School’s Sport Spaces Are Safe

  • Put up Safe Sports Space stickers in the gym, weight room, locker room, coaches’/teachers’ offices, classrooms or any other sports space in your school
  • Let everyone—teachers and students in physical education classes and coaches and athletes on sports teams—who uses that space know what it means to use Safe Sport Space.
  • Post Safe Sport Space Rules and review them with physical education classes and sports teams.
  • Remind anyone who forgets that your school sports spaces are safe so everyone can enjoy the game.

How to Get Safe Sports Space Stickers



Our School’s Safe Sports Space Rules

  1. All are welcome, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
  2. No teasing or taunting.
  3. No name-calling.
  4. No bullying.
  5. Play by the rules.
  6. Treat others with respect.
  7. Cheer others on.
  8. Share the ball and take turns.
  9. Have fun.
  10. Win or lose, be a good sport.

You can also order a Safe Space Kit for your school here to ensure that every space in your school is a safe space.

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