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The Football Association

The English Football Association has lent their support to the campaign through three video messages featuring FC Arsenal defender Calum Chambers, Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert and Manchester City midfielder James Milner.

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA

25 October, Hertfordshire 

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA in conjunction with County Hertfordshire FA and Herts Aid are running a community football tournament.

The event will bring together different communities in Hertfordshire to celebrate diversity as well as to promote health and wellbeing.

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters' Trust

11 October, Dulwich

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust is running an anti-homophobia activity at the team’s Ryman League Premier Division fixture against Bognor Regus. The trust is giving students in the area the opportunity to experience a game at Champion Hill for free.

The Supporters’ Trust will be marking the day by launching a new anti-homophobia banner, which will be a permanent addition at the Dulwich Hamlet FC stadium, spelling out that Dulwich Hamlet is against homophobia.

Football Beyond Borders

23 October, Camberwell

Football Beyond Borders is organising a match against Amnesty International, followed by a film screening and a panel discussion.

Overall, the activities will explore the issue of social exclusion in football, and how to empower young people to overcome these challenges.

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Football Unites, Racism Divides

24 October, Sheffield

The social inclusion organisation, Football Unites, Racism Divides, are holding a ‘meet the author session’, featuring local author, Steven Kay, who will talk about his novel, ‘The Evergreen in red and white’.

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the significance of Rabbi Howell, the first Romani professional footballer, who played for England, Sheffield United, Liverpool and Preston North End.

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Kick It Out & Football Supporters’ Federation

22 October, London

Kick It Out and Football Supporters’ Federation are organising a evening event focusing on supporters and issues of discrimination in football as part of the Football People action weeks.

The free event starts at 6:30pm on Wednesday 22 October and is available for all football supporters to attend. To secure your place, RSVP via email to anwar.uddin@fsf.org.uk.

London Titans Football Club

11 October, London

As part of this year’s Football People action weeks, London Titans FC is hosting a one-day, 11-a-side football tournament, with LGBT teams from all over the United Kingdom.

The aim of the event is to encourage LGBT participation, and tackle homophobia in football.

Manchester City FC

09 – 22 October, Manchester

The Premier League club Manchester City FC are supporting the Fare action weeks through a series of activities, which include: Elite development squad players will visit the Teenage Cancer Trust Ward at the Royal Manchester CH; the club will highlight female football and female role models through web content; organise a disability awareness session with schools; focus on LGBT issues in football through a match between Gay Football Supporters Network, Canal Street Blues, Village FC Coaching session and City in the Community coaches; and a workshop with the  City in the Community Ambassador Alex Williams.

On 12 October, Manchester City Women’s team will wear Fare t-shirts during the warm-up ahead of their match against Chelsea Ladies FC. The match day programme will also mention the campaign.

On 18 October, the club’s male team will warm up in Kick It Out t-shirts in a ‘Game of Action’ ahead of their game against Tottenham. The match day programme will also mention the campaign and the City in the Community’s disability programmes will be broadcast live on BT Sport with mini documentary.

Plymouth Hope

10 – 16 October, Plymouth

Plymouth Hope in collaboration with the football club, LGBT and Afro and Caribbean societies of the University of Plymouth are organising a week of activities, including a football tournament, a panel discussion as well as developing an educational resource delivered in schools along coaching sessions.

The activities are aimed at both unifying against discrimination and facilitating the debate around issues of racism, LGBT and women in the city of Plymouth.

Proud Lilywhites

21 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur LGBT fan group, Proud Lilywhites, are organising a panel discussion with a question and answer session on diversity in football.

The panel, featuring Troy Townsend, Education and Development manager at Kick it Out, Jo Tongue, Board member of Women in Football, Claudia Krobitzsch, Programme Co-ordinator at Fare, and Daryl Telles, Co-chair of Proud Lilywhites, will discuss how to promote a more inclusive atmosphere in stadiums, analyse and share good practice and how to tackle discrimination, collectively and individually, in stadiums.

The event will take place at White Hart Lane and on the night the fan group will also be holding a prize draw, in which participants can win a VIP tour to the stadium, an UEFA press kit from the Partizan game and the Rainbow Laces as worn by Eric Lamela.

Soho FC

18 October, London

The amateur London based club Soho FC is running a LGBT football tournament to celebrate diversity. A social gathering will take place after the tournament.

A Fare flag will be on displayed during the tournament.

Stoke City FC

The English Premier League club is supporting the Action Weeks by having one of its players taking a picture with a Football People t-shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

23 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur will be joining the Fare Action Weeks by raising awareness of the campaign on the club’s match-day programme, website, social media and stadium.

A Fare flag will be displayed during the match against UEFA Europa League Asteras Triplois, on 23 October, and the UEFA ‘No To Racism’ clip will be screened at half-time. 

University of Wolverhampton


20 October, Walsall

The University of Wolverhampton are holding a panel discussion with a panel made up of black and ethnic minority, female and coaches with disability, who will examine equality in Football Coaching.

The event will also raise awareness of the challenges facing minority groups going into football coaching and provide examples of role models.

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The Football Association

The English Football Association has lent their support to the campaign through three video messages featuring FC Arsenal defender Calum Chambers, Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert and Manchester City midfielder James Milner.

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA

25 October, Hertfordshire 

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA in conjunction with County Hertfordshire FA and Herts Aid are running a community football tournament.

The event will bring together different communities in Hertfordshire to celebrate diversity as well as to promote health and wellbeing.

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters' Trust

11 October, Dulwich

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust is running an anti-homophobia activity at the team’s Ryman League Premier Division fixture against Bognor Regus. The trust is giving students in the area the opportunity to experience a game at Champion Hill for free.

The Supporters’ Trust will be marking the day by launching a new anti-homophobia banner, which will be a permanent addition at the Dulwich Hamlet FC stadium, spelling out that Dulwich Hamlet is against homophobia.

Football Beyond Borders

23 October, Camberwell

Football Beyond Borders is organising a match against Amnesty International, followed by a film screening and a panel discussion.

Overall, the activities will explore the issue of social exclusion in football, and how to empower young people to overcome these challenges.

Screen Shot 2014-10-07 at 18.28.25

Football Unites, Racism Divides

24 October, Sheffield

The social inclusion organisation, Football Unites, Racism Divides, are holding a ‘meet the author session’, featuring local author, Steven Kay, who will talk about his novel, ‘The Evergreen in red and white’.

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the significance of Rabbi Howell, the first Romani professional footballer, who played for England, Sheffield United, Liverpool and Preston North End.

348

London Titans Football Club

11 October, London

As part of this year’s Football People action weeks, London Titans FC is hosting a one-day, 11-a-side football tournament, with LGBT teams from all over the United Kingdom.

The aim of the event is to encourage LGBT participation, and tackle homophobia in football.

Manchester City FC

09 – 22 October, Manchester

The Premier League club Manchester City FC are supporting the Fare action weeks through a series of activities, which include: Elite development squad players will visit the Teenage Cancer Trust Ward at the Royal Manchester CH; the club will highlight female football and female role models through web content; organise a disability awareness session with schools; focus on LGBT issues in football through a match between Gay Football Supporters Network, Canal Street Blues, Village FC Coaching session and City in the Community coaches; and a workshop with the  City in the Community Ambassador Alex Williams.

On 12 October, Manchester City Women’s team will wear Fare t-shirts during the warm-up ahead of their match against Chelsea Ladies FC. The match day programme will also mention the campaign.

On 18 October, the club’s male team will warm up in Kick It Out t-shirts in a ‘Game of Action’ ahead of their game against Tottenham. The match day programme will also mention the campaign and the City in the Community’s disability programmes will be broadcast live on BT Sport with mini documentary.

Plymouth Hope

10 – 16 October, Plymouth

Plymouth Hope in collaboration with the football club, LGBT and Afro and Caribbean societies of the University of Plymouth are organising a week of activities, including a football tournament, a panel discussion as well as developing an educational resource delivered in schools along coaching sessions.

The activities are aimed at both unifying against discrimination and facilitating the debate around issues of racism, LGBT and women in the city of Plymouth.

Proud Lilywhites

21 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur LGBT fan group, Proud Lilywhites, are organising a panel discussion with a question and answer session on diversity in football.

The panel, featuring Troy Townsend, Education and Development manager at Kick it Out, Jo Tongue, Board member of Women in Football, Claudia Krobitzsch, Programme Co-ordinator at Fare, and Daryl Telles, Co-chair of Proud Lilywhites, will discuss how to promote a more inclusive atmosphere in stadiums, analyse and share good practice and how to tackle discrimination, collectively and individually, in stadiums.

The event will take place at White Hart Lane and on the night the fan group will also be holding a prize draw, in which participants can win a VIP tour to the stadium, an UEFA press kit from the Partizan game and the Rainbow Laces as worn by Eric Lamela.

Soho FC

18 October, London

The amateur London based club Soho FC is running a LGBT football tournament to celebrate diversity. A social gathering will take place after the tournament.

A Fare flag will be on displayed during the tournament.

Stoke City FC

The English Premier League club is supporting the Action Weeks by having one of its players taking a picture with a Football People t-shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

23 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur will be joining the Fare Action Weeks by raising awareness of the campaign on the club’s match-day programme, website, social media and stadium.

A Fare flag will be displayed during the match against UEFA Europa League Asteras Triplois, on 23 October, and the UEFA ‘No To Racism’ clip will be screened at half-time. 

University of Wolverhampton


20 October, Walsall

The University of Wolverhampton are holding a panel discussion with a panel made up of black and ethnic minority, female and coaches with disability, who will examine equality in Football Coaching.

The event will also raise awareness of the challenges facing minority groups going into football coaching and provide examples of role models.

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The Football Association

The English Football Association has lent their support to the campaign through three video messages featuring FC Arsenal defender Calum Chambers, Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert and Manchester City midfielder James Milner.

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA

25 October, Hertfordshire 

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA in conjunction with County Hertfordshire FA and Herts Aid are running a community football tournament.

The event will bring together different communities in Hertfordshire to celebrate diversity as well as to promote health and wellbeing.

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters' Trust

11 October, Dulwich

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust is running an anti-homophobia activity at the team’s Ryman League Premier Division fixture against Bognor Regus. The trust is giving students in the area the opportunity to experience a game at Champion Hill for free.

The Supporters’ Trust will be marking the day by launching a new anti-homophobia banner, which will be a permanent addition at the Dulwich Hamlet FC stadium, spelling out that Dulwich Hamlet is against homophobia.

Football Beyond Borders

23 October, Camberwell

Football Beyond Borders is organising a match against Amnesty International, followed by a film screening and a panel discussion.

Overall, the activities will explore the issue of social exclusion in football, and how to empower young people to overcome these challenges.

Screen Shot 2014-10-07 at 18.28.25

Football Unites, Racism Divides

24 October, Sheffield

The social inclusion organisation, Football Unites, Racism Divides, are holding a ‘meet the author session’, featuring local author, Steven Kay, who will talk about his novel, ‘The Evergreen in red and white’.

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the significance of Rabbi Howell, the first Romani professional footballer, who played for England, Sheffield United, Liverpool and Preston North End.

348

London Titans Football Club

11 October, London

As part of this year’s Football People action weeks, London Titans FC is hosting a one-day, 11-a-side football tournament, with LGBT teams from all over the United Kingdom.

The aim of the event is to encourage LGBT participation, and tackle homophobia in football.

Manchester City FC

09 – 22 October, Manchester

The Premier League club Manchester City FC are supporting the Fare action weeks through a series of activities, which include: Elite development squad players will visit the Teenage Cancer Trust Ward at the Royal Manchester CH; the club will highlight female football and female role models through web content; organise a disability awareness session with schools; focus on LGBT issues in football through a match between Gay Football Supporters Network, Canal Street Blues, Village FC Coaching session and City in the Community coaches; and a workshop with the  City in the Community Ambassador Alex Williams.

On 12 October, Manchester City Women’s team will wear Fare t-shirts during the warm-up ahead of their match against Chelsea Ladies FC. The match day programme will also mention the campaign.

On 18 October, the club’s male team will warm up in Kick It Out t-shirts in a ‘Game of Action’ ahead of their game against Tottenham. The match day programme will also mention the campaign and the City in the Community’s disability programmes will be broadcast live on BT Sport with mini documentary.

Plymouth Hope

10 – 16 October, Plymouth

Plymouth Hope in collaboration with the football club, LGBT and Afro and Caribbean societies of the University of Plymouth are organising a week of activities, including a football tournament, a panel discussion as well as developing an educational resource delivered in schools along coaching sessions.

The activities are aimed at both unifying against discrimination and facilitating the debate around issues of racism, LGBT and women in the city of Plymouth.

Proud Lilywhites

21 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur LGBT fan group, Proud Lilywhites, are organising a panel discussion with a question and answer session on diversity in football.

The panel, featuring Troy Townsend, Education and Development manager at Kick it Out, Jo Tongue, Board member of Women in Football, Claudia Krobitzsch, Programme Co-ordinator at Fare, and Daryl Telles, Co-chair of Proud Lilywhites, will discuss how to promote a more inclusive atmosphere in stadiums, analyse and share good practice and how to tackle discrimination, collectively and individually, in stadiums.

The event will take place at White Hart Lane and on the night the fan group will also be holding a prize draw, in which participants can win a VIP tour to the stadium, an UEFA press kit from the Partizan game and the Rainbow Laces as worn by Eric Lamela.

Soho FC

18 October, London

The amateur London based club Soho FC is running a LGBT football tournament to celebrate diversity. A social gathering will take place after the tournament.

A Fare flag will be on displayed during the tournament.

Stoke City FC

The English Premier League club is supporting the Action Weeks by having one of its players taking a picture with a Football People t-shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

23 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur will be joining the Fare Action Weeks by raising awareness of the campaign on the club’s match-day programme, website, social media and stadium.

A Fare flag will be displayed during the match against UEFA Europa League Asteras Triplois, on 23 October, and the UEFA ‘No To Racism’ clip will be screened at half-time. 

University of Wolverhampton


20 October, Walsall

The University of Wolverhampton are holding a panel discussion with a panel made up of black and ethnic minority, female and coaches with disability, who will examine equality in Football Coaching.

The event will also raise awareness of the challenges facing minority groups going into football coaching and provide examples of role models.

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The Football Association

The English Football Association has lent their support to the campaign through three video messages featuring FC Arsenal defender Calum Chambers, Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert and Manchester City midfielder James Milner.

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA

25 October, Hertfordshire 

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA in conjunction with County Hertfordshire FA and Herts Aid are running a community football tournament.

The event will bring together different communities in Hertfordshire to celebrate diversity as well as to promote health and wellbeing.

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters' Trust

11 October, Dulwich

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust is running an anti-homophobia activity at the team’s Ryman League Premier Division fixture against Bognor Regus. The trust is giving students in the area the opportunity to experience a game at Champion Hill for free.

The Supporters’ Trust will be marking the day by launching a new anti-homophobia banner, which will be a permanent addition at the Dulwich Hamlet FC stadium, spelling out that Dulwich Hamlet is against homophobia.

Football Beyond Borders

23 October, Camberwell

Football Beyond Borders is organising a match against Amnesty International, followed by a film screening and a panel discussion.

Overall, the activities will explore the issue of social exclusion in football, and how to empower young people to overcome these challenges.

Screen Shot 2014-10-07 at 18.28.25

Football Unites, Racism Divides

24 October, Sheffield

The social inclusion organisation, Football Unites, Racism Divides, are holding a ‘meet the author session’, featuring local author, Steven Kay, who will talk about his novel, ‘The Evergreen in red and white’.

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the significance of Rabbi Howell, the first Romani professional footballer, who played for England, Sheffield United, Liverpool and Preston North End.

348

London Titans Football Club

11 October, London

As part of this year’s Football People action weeks, London Titans FC is hosting a one-day, 11-a-side football tournament, with LGBT teams from all over the United Kingdom.

The aim of the event is to encourage LGBT participation, and tackle homophobia in football.

Manchester City FC

09 – 22 October, Manchester

The Premier League club Manchester City FC are supporting the Fare action weeks through a series of activities, which include: Elite development squad players will visit the Teenage Cancer Trust Ward at the Royal Manchester CH; the club will highlight female football and female role models through web content; organise a disability awareness session with schools; focus on LGBT issues in football through a match between Gay Football Supporters Network, Canal Street Blues, Village FC Coaching session and City in the Community coaches; and a workshop with the  City in the Community Ambassador Alex Williams.

On 12 October, Manchester City Women’s team will wear Fare t-shirts during the warm-up ahead of their match against Chelsea Ladies FC. The match day programme will also mention the campaign.

On 18 October, the club’s male team will warm up in Kick It Out t-shirts in a ‘Game of Action’ ahead of their game against Tottenham. The match day programme will also mention the campaign and the City in the Community’s disability programmes will be broadcast live on BT Sport with mini documentary.

Plymouth Hope

10 – 16 October, Plymouth

Plymouth Hope in collaboration with the football club, LGBT and Afro and Caribbean societies of the University of Plymouth are organising a week of activities, including a football tournament, a panel discussion as well as developing an educational resource delivered in schools along coaching sessions.

The activities are aimed at both unifying against discrimination and facilitating the debate around issues of racism, LGBT and women in the city of Plymouth.

Proud Lilywhites

21 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur LGBT fan group, Proud Lilywhites, are organising a panel discussion with a question and answer session on diversity in football.

The panel, featuring Troy Townsend, Education and Development manager at Kick it Out, Jo Tongue, Board member of Women in Football, Claudia Krobitzsch, Programme Co-ordinator at Fare, and Daryl Telles, Co-chair of Proud Lilywhites, will discuss how to promote a more inclusive atmosphere in stadiums, analyse and share good practice and how to tackle discrimination, collectively and individually, in stadiums.

The event will take place at White Hart Lane and on the night the fan group will also be holding a prize draw, in which participants can win a VIP tour to the stadium, an UEFA press kit from the Partizan game and the Rainbow Laces as worn by Eric Lamela.

Soho FC

18 October, London

The amateur London based club Soho FC is running a LGBT football tournament to celebrate diversity. A social gathering will take place after the tournament.

A Fare flag will be on displayed during the tournament.

Stoke City FC

The English Premier League club is supporting the Action Weeks by having one of its players taking a picture with a Football People t-shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

23 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur will be joining the Fare Action Weeks by raising awareness of the campaign on the club’s match-day programme, website, social media and stadium.

A Fare flag will be displayed during the match against UEFA Europa League Asteras Triplois, on 23 October, and the UEFA ‘No To Racism’ clip will be screened at half-time. 

University of Wolverhampton


20 October, Walsall

The University of Wolverhampton are holding a panel discussion with a panel made up of black and ethnic minority, female and coaches with disability, who will examine equality in Football Coaching.

The event will also raise awareness of the challenges facing minority groups going into football coaching and provide examples of role models.

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The Football Association

The English Football Association has lent their support to the campaign through three video messages featuring FC Arsenal defender Calum Chambers, Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert and Manchester City midfielder James Milner.

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA

25 October, Hertfordshire 

Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi REEA in conjunction with County Hertfordshire FA and Herts Aid are running a community football tournament.

The event will bring together different communities in Hertfordshire to celebrate diversity as well as to promote health and wellbeing.

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters' Trust

11 October, Dulwich

Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust is running an anti-homophobia activity at the team’s Ryman League Premier Division fixture against Bognor Regus. The trust is giving students in the area the opportunity to experience a game at Champion Hill for free.

The Supporters’ Trust will be marking the day by launching a new anti-homophobia banner, which will be a permanent addition at the Dulwich Hamlet FC stadium, spelling out that Dulwich Hamlet is against homophobia.

Football Beyond Borders

23 October, Camberwell

Football Beyond Borders is organising a match against Amnesty International, followed by a film screening and a panel discussion.

Overall, the activities will explore the issue of social exclusion in football, and how to empower young people to overcome these challenges.

Screen Shot 2014-10-07 at 18.28.25

Football Unites, Racism Divides

24 October, Sheffield

The social inclusion organisation, Football Unites, Racism Divides, are holding a ‘meet the author session’, featuring local author, Steven Kay, who will talk about his novel, ‘The Evergreen in red and white’.

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the significance of Rabbi Howell, the first Romani professional footballer, who played for England, Sheffield United, Liverpool and Preston North End.

348

London Titans Football Club

11 October, London

As part of this year’s Football People action weeks, London Titans FC is hosting a one-day, 11-a-side football tournament, with LGBT teams from all over the United Kingdom.

The aim of the event is to encourage LGBT participation, and tackle homophobia in football.

Manchester City FC

09 – 22 October, Manchester

The Premier League club Manchester City FC are supporting the Fare action weeks through a series of activities, which include: Elite development squad players will visit the Teenage Cancer Trust Ward at the Royal Manchester CH; the club will highlight female football and female role models through web content; organise a disability awareness session with schools; focus on LGBT issues in football through a match between Gay Football Supporters Network, Canal Street Blues, Village FC Coaching session and City in the Community coaches; and a workshop with the  City in the Community Ambassador Alex Williams.

On 12 October, Manchester City Women’s team will wear Fare t-shirts during the warm-up ahead of their match against Chelsea Ladies FC. The match day programme will also mention the campaign.

On 18 October, the club’s male team will warm up in Kick It Out t-shirts in a ‘Game of Action’ ahead of their game against Tottenham. The match day programme will also mention the campaign and the City in the Community’s disability programmes will be broadcast live on BT Sport with mini documentary.

Plymouth Hope

10 – 16 October, Plymouth

Plymouth Hope in collaboration with the football club, LGBT and Afro and Caribbean societies of the University of Plymouth are organising a week of activities, including a football tournament, a panel discussion as well as developing an educational resource delivered in schools along coaching sessions.

The activities are aimed at both unifying against discrimination and facilitating the debate around issues of racism, LGBT and women in the city of Plymouth.

Proud Lilywhites

21 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur LGBT fan group, Proud Lilywhites, are organising a panel discussion with a question and answer session on diversity in football.

The panel, featuring Troy Townsend, Education and Development manager at Kick it Out, Jo Tongue, Board member of Women in Football, Claudia Krobitzsch, Programme Co-ordinator at Fare, and Daryl Telles, Co-chair of Proud Lilywhites, will discuss how to promote a more inclusive atmosphere in stadiums, analyse and share good practice and how to tackle discrimination, collectively and individually, in stadiums.

The event will take place at White Hart Lane and on the night the fan group will also be holding a prize draw, in which participants can win a VIP tour to the stadium, an UEFA press kit from the Partizan game and the Rainbow Laces as worn by Eric Lamela.

Soho FC

18 October, London

The amateur London based club Soho FC is running a LGBT football tournament to celebrate diversity. A social gathering will take place after the tournament.

A Fare flag will be on displayed during the tournament.

Stoke City FC

The English Premier League club is supporting the Action Weeks by having one of its players taking a picture with a Football People t-shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

23 October, London

Tottenham Hotspur will be joining the Fare Action Weeks by raising awareness of the campaign on the club’s match-day programme, website, social media and stadium.

A Fare flag will be displayed during the match against UEFA Europa League Asteras Triplois, on 23 October, and the UEFA ‘No To Racism’ clip will be screened at half-time. 

University of Wolverhampton


20 October, Walsall

The University of Wolverhampton are holding a panel discussion with a panel made up of black and ethnic minority, female and coaches with disability, who will examine equality in Football Coaching.

The event will also raise awareness of the challenges facing minority groups going into football coaching and provide examples of role models.

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