Indicators: The club tracks and reports how fans are travelling to the stadium. The club provides its own, or supports fan-organised, transportation schemes for away games Public transport discount is available upon purchasing match tickets to encourage public transport The club promotes walking and cycling to its stadium, and provides cycle locking facilities
Indicators: The club separates the waste produced A waste management policy is in place with the objective to reduce the amount of waste Total waste production is reported by the club A policy to ban single-use plastics and/or requirements to use reusable cups, plates and cuttlery are in place
Indicators: Total CO2 emissions are reported by the club The club has a climate strategy / net zero commitment with compensation plan. The club provides an option where fans can compensate their CO2 footprint during ticket sales.
Indicators: Match day accessibility information is provided for disabled supporters. The club's website is barrier-free. The contact information for a Disability Access Officer is available The club offers conscessionary ticket prices to encourage access for spectators with lower income levels The club invites the following groups to home games for free (or significant reductions): people with lower income, elderly people, refugees, and other vulnerable groups The club organizes events/activities for the following groups: families, elderly people, refugees, other vulnerable groups.
Indicators: The club works with a fan work organisation or engages actively and regularly with their fans to maintain a dialogue. The contact information for a Supporter Liaison Officer or a fan worker is available.
Indicators: The club works in local schools or youth programmes The club works with players to ensure their involvement in school/youth programmes The club works with government and/or non-governmental organisations (NGOs) on community engagement projects
Indicators: A smoking restriction banning use of tobacco within the perimeters of the stadium is enforced The club has a responsible drinking policy Sustainably sourced vegetarian and/or vegan food options are available in the stadium on matchday
BSC Young Boys
Top performance:73% Average:45% Worst:8%
All clubs: Top performance:96% Average:38% Worst:0%
Indicators: Information on the highest governance body is available Supporters are democratically represented within the club and have direct access to a decision-making structures There is at least one female representative on the superior decision-making body (board) at the club The club has an organized women's football programme and girls and women ar given a chance to play league football
Indicators: The club has a point of contact to report on misuses The club has a policy in place to protect the welfare of children playing for the club's youth programmes Rules and regulations are available for all visitors to the stadium
BSC Young Boys
Top performance:53% Average:30% Worst:5%
All clubs: Top performance:85% Average:32% Worst:0%