A confidential hotline for victims of sexual abuse in football has received more than 2,500 calls since being set up last year.
The majority of the cases are historical and are being investigated by police as part of the Operation Hydrant inquiry.
Operation Hydrant was set up after a number of former players revealed last year that they had been victims of abuse.
Children's charity the NSPCC set up the hotline, funded by the FA, to encourage more people to come forward.
NSPCC figures show that 285...