About the SGSA The SGSA is the UK Government’s advisor on safety at sports grounds and a world leader in safety. Put simply, our purpose is to ensure sports grounds are safe for everyone. We provide independent, expert advice, based on nearly three decades of experience in making football in England and Wales a safe and enjoyable experience for spectators. We use our experience to advise and support other sports and related industries in the UK and internationally. Explore more about the SGSA Learn more Setting standardsLearn more Learn more Advisory ServicesLearn more Learn more Regulatory supportLearn more Learn more Our peopleLearn more Learn more TransparencyLearn more Learn more Role and responsibilitiesLearn more Learn more GovernanceLearn more Related documents Learn more SGSA Strategic Plan 2020-24 Learn more Board minutes Learn more Board Register of Interests Learn more SGSA and DCMS Framework Document Learn more Licence fee reform consultation Learn more Audit and Risk Committee Terms of Reference Learn more SGSA Board Terms of Reference Learn more SGSA Board Scheme of Delegations Learn more Business impact target reporting Learn more Oversight and Licensing Policy Learn more Annual Report and Accounts Learn more Changes to spectator accommodation Learn more Spectator injury data strategic objectives Learn more Joint statement – Standing in seated areas Frequently asked questions I want to report an issue / complain about a stadium. Who should I contact? In the first instance, you should contact the stadium itself to report any issues or problems. If you have already done this, and still have concerns, you should contact the local authority, which is responsible for stadium’s safety certificate. I have a media enquiry. Who should I speak to? For any media enquiries, including all interview requests, please contact Andrea Jones either via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07525 836287. Quick links SGSA finances SGSA policies and procedures Working for the SGSA History of the SGSA The SGSA was established in 2011, replacing the Football Licensing Authority which had been in place since the early 1990’s.