Clare Immigrant Support Centre
11 – 25 October, Clare
The support centre will hold a football tournament involving six international teams aimed at promoting integration and friendship building as well as highlighting the issues of inclusion in sport.
Cootehill Harps AFC
6 September – 30 November, Cootehill. Co.Cavan
In celebration of the Football People action weeks, Cootehill Harps AFC, is promoting a message against racism and for respect during matches of the senior and juvenile leagues, which will be displayed on banners and pitch billboards.
Football Association Ireland
In 2014, Football Association Ireland is joining the action weeks for the sixth consecutive year. Activities will be organised at home international, national league and grassroots community and clubs level across the country.
During the match against Gibraltar, a large anti-racism signage will be displayed on the pitch and next to it kids will be lining out with players.
Eight national league clubs will host pitch activities and have their players wearing bibs with anti-discrimination messages during the warm-up.
Supporter groups have been invited to unfurl banners and flags in support of the Fare action weeks.
At grassroots clubs and community groups level, teams will dedicate a home match to the Football People campaign. Children will wear anti-racism bibs during their warm-up.
In schools, anti-racism education workshops and physical education session will be delivered in 100 primary and secondary schools.
09 – 10 October, Dublin
Insaka AFC through is holding a mini football tournament, workshop and coaching sessions to build solidarity among women from different faiths and backgrounds and celebrate diversity.
Involve Youth Project Meath
15 October, Co Meath
The ethnic minority group Involve Youth Project Meath is planning a multi-cultural football tournament aimed at highlighting racism and inequality in sport through social media and local media.