Tell football to relegate partnerships with junk food to the history league

Football: millions watch it, play it, wear it, love it. Around 4 million children regularly play it in the UK. No wonder brands are keen to partner with football.

Sadly the major associations, leagues and 1 in 4 football clubs in the Premier League have partnerships with junk food companies. During match days, the food and drink on offer is often unhealthy. This sends the wrong message at a time when obesity and tooth decay among children are at an all-time high. Children should be protected from such advertising in the first place.

As the highest participation team sport in the country, football should care and set the example.

Help us to get this message to football. Sign our open letter.

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