An initiative to support the call for gender equality in French sport has been launched by Sport et Citoyenneté.
The Under 21 national teams of Slovakia and Netherlands have taken a stand against discrimination in football during the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship Qualifier in Senec, Slovakia.
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The 2013 action weeks has come to a close with the message of inclusion reaching millions through the top of the game and the grassroots.
The first football team exclusively constituted of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers made its debut in the Italian Championship last Sunday, after the FIGC (Italian FA) officially accepted their registration.
Two of Scotland’s leading figures have given their support to a new charity that will tackle inequalities and heighten awareness of women’s role in sport.
A leading player in Israel has criticised the racial abuse of players based on their ethnic or religious origins during a conference in Jerusalem
The following list of incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia has been reported to Fare during October 2013. This list is only likely to reflect a proportion of the incidents that occurred. All reports have been brought to Fare’s attention through eye-witness or media accounts. Fare has third party reporting status with UEFA,…
Mauro Pinnelli, 26, was sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison while Franceco Ianari, 27, received a jail term of four-and-a-half years, after they were found guilty by a court in Rome of assault and grievous bodily harm. Ianari, a market stall trader and AC Roma fan who had previously received a stadium ban for violence,…
An ultras group of Levski Sofia have underlined the issues many migrants to Europe face by showing their contempt for migration to their country.
Groups across Europe challenged Roma exclusion during the Football People action weeks period.
Fedefútbol call for action was triggered after the Costa Rican Union of the First Division Clubs (Unafut) fined the clubs of Saprissa and Cartaginés with €740 for fans improper behaviour during the matches against Puntaneras and Herediano, respectively, on 26 and 27 October. The President of Fedefútbol Eduardo Li reacted by requesting stronger sanctions such…