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City support latest No Room for Racism drive

City support latest No Room for Racism drive
Today sees the launch of the latest drive of the Premier League’s ‘No Room for Racism’ campaign – which is supported by Manchester City along with all other 19 top-flight clubs.

Manchester City and every other Premier League Club are committed to directly tackling racism on and off the pitch, promoting equality, diversity and inclusion across all areas of football.

Since launching in March 2019, the No Room For Racism campaign has brought together the Premier League’s wide-ranging work promoting equality and inclusion across all areas of football.

The No Room for Racism campaign’s message is clear - it urges fans to take action by challenging and reporting racism, wherever it takes place, with the aim of instigating change in football and wider society.


The No Room For Racism message will be visible at all Premier League matches between 17 and 26 October when activity will highlight the League and clubs’ year-round commitment to combatting discrimination and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion across all areas of football.

A ‘No Room for Racism’ sleeve badge will feature on players’ and officials’ sleeves throughout the season as a reminder of our commitment to eradicate racism.

And this is not just about challenging and reporting abuse this weekend or next… but throughout this season, next season and beyond.

It is about recognizing that we all have a responsibility and need to come together as fans and as Clubs to tackle discrimination wherever it exists in society.

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The Premier League also recognises the vital role of education in seeking to eradicate racism.

And as part of its long-term commitment to address racism in football and wider society, the League is also launching a series of new educational resources featuring Manchester City and England full-back Demi Stokes along with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Neal Maupay, Divock Origi, Hamza Choudhury, Manchester City Women’s player Demi Stokes.

The players discuss their own experiences of discrimination, the impact it has had on them and their team-mates and how we all have a responsibility to tackle racism.


These free teaching materials are designed to help stimulate discussion in classrooms and will be available to more than 18,000 primary schools in England and Wales through Premier League Primary Stars.

The resources will also be made available via the Premier League Kicks and Inspires programmes.

There is No Room for Racism.

Together we can all do more. Challenge it, report it and change it.

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