1895 Trust in accordance with Shelbourne FC

25 October

On the 25th of October at their home game against & UCD, Shelbourne FC will display an anti-racist flag in the stadium.

Buncrana Hearts

19 October

Buncrana Hearts will work with children who attend their Fun Soccer Academy to take part in a series of small sided games with the emphasis on Respect & Diversity.

Clondalkin Youth Service

25 October

Clondalkin Youth Service will be running a Friday night blitz on the second week of the Football People campaign.

Complex Productions

19 – 20 October

Complex Productions is running a two-day workshop on inclusive and discriminatory behaviour in team sports.

The workshop will use the methodology based on Augusto Boal’s theatre forum to exhibit, analyse and challenge discrimination through drama.

Drogheda United

25 October

On 25 October at Hunky Dorys Park, underage teams with players from diverse backgrounds will play at half time wearing anti-racism bibs.

Dundalk FC

18 October

Dundalk FC will unveil their anti-racism flag on the 18th of October at their home match against Cork City FC. .

Eagles Wings Youth Club of Louth

15 – 30 October

The Eagles Wings Youth Club is inviting the entire community of Drogto to attend their multicultural football tournament.

Football Association of Ireland and Show Racism a Red Card

In cooperation with the Football Association of Ireland development officers, Show Racism a Red Card will host lectures and football sessions on racism and discrimination in over 60 schools across Ireland.

Both organisations will also work together in providing training to referes and Leagues. The first workshop will be held on 12 October in Dublin and will create awareness on cultural diversity and racismo; the second one will target officers, league and club officials of the Carlow Juvenile League and will be held between 01 and 29 October.

Kerry Boys Schools and Girls

19-27 October

The players will wear Fare Football People bibs in their pre-game warm ups as well as the ball-kids during the games. Sessions with local schools are also envisaged to educate on the issue of racismo.

Limerick City FC

16 October

On the 16th of October the Limerick players will wear ant-racism t-shirts during their warm-up before their home match against Shelbourne F.C. Players.

Manorhamilton Rangers

21 October

Manorhamilton will hold a Blitz competition in their club with 30/40 children.

Melville United

27 October

Melville United aim to use their league games during Fare Action Week to promote the Football People message.

Mountmellick United

19 and 26 October

During the Fare Action Weeks period Mountmellick United will have their players warming up wearing anti-racism bibs and wristbands before the matches.

Neighbourhood Youth Summerhill

15-18 October

The Irish organisation will organise a series of events from youngsters aged between 13 and 18 to diffuse and promote cultural exchanges and inclusion.

New Age African Trust (NAAT)

12 October

Four youth teams constituted of youngsters from different backgrounds will participate in the ‘Integration through Recreation; The role of football in Multicultural Dublin’ football tournament at ASTRO Park, Sport and Recreation Centre in Dublin to highlight the tolerance of cultural diversity.

North Leitrim

21 October

North Leitrim will organise an underage blitz for their manor Astro academy that will included young people from different cultures and backgrounds. A screening of the Show Racism the Red Card education pack in the club will also take place.

Pavee United

19 October

Pavee United will have a Fare Football People day at one of their matches in the league and will have fans of the team display anti-discrimination banners.

Ronanstown Youth Service

16 October

A series of 5-a-side matches will be organised as part of the week and the new Show Racism the Red Card educational DVD will be screened to the youth of Ronanstwon association. Informative material will highlight the Football People weeks.


15 – 29 October

SARI will be running a number of activities during the Action Weeks including a mini tournament for the Bob Marley Cup.


Show Racism A Red Card

15-29 October

The UK anti-racist campaign Show Racism a Red Card is organising a series of activities in support of the Football People Action Weeks.

On 15 October children will display an anti-racism and pro respect banner at the beginning of the World Cup Qualifier match between Ireland and Kazakhstan. The Irish fan group You Boys In Green Supporters will also unveil an anti-racist flag at the match. 

ST. Pats FC

13 October

The clubs will present their anti-racism flag on the 13th October at their home match against Sligo rovers. The flag will be taken onto the pitch by ST. Pats under 15s team.

Trim Celtic

16 October

On the 16th of October at their home ground Tully Park educational events and activities will be organised for members’ coaches and volunteers of the club. This will involve activities with over 25 teams.


18 October

On the 18th of October UCD will host a half time underage match with kids wearing ant-racist bibs.


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