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General view of Wembley Stadium

PFA attending BACA conference at Wembley


PFA staff including Chief Executive Gordon Taylor will be attending a conference at Wembley Stadium today aimed at getting more aspiring coaches from BAME communities into the licensed football coaching system.... Read more

Just A Ball Game?

Just a ball game? and Bradford Brewery partnership


Just a Ball Game? has teamed up with Bradford Brewery to create a new unique partnership. Yesterday, the brewery launched a beer named Just a Ball Game? and launched a safe space for LGBT sports fans on match days. ... Read more

Eva Carneiro left Chelsea in September

Women in Football "appalled" by Football Association decision over Jose Mourinho


Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has told officials that Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho committed "a failure of his personal judgement and public behaviour" in his criticism of team doctor Eva Carneiro, it can be revealed.... Read more


Hislop reflects on racism, social justice, & the international humanitarian crisis


Ex pro footballer & honorary president of SRtRC discusses his perspective on a range of issues from across the globe.... Read more

Kick It Out has contacted Leicester regarding allegations surrounding Jamie Vardy

Kick It Out calls for Vardy probe


Leicester will investigate a "regrettable error in judgement" by Jamie Vardy, after the England international was filmed allegedly using racist language in a casino.... Read more


PFA statement regarding equalities issues at The FA


Statement from the PFA regarding recent equalities issues at The Football Association, July 2015.... Read more


This is my home


Show Racism the Red Card Scotland (SRtRC) has launched a digital project, today entitled This Is My Home.... Read more

The FA need help from other football organisations to fight inequality according to Herman Ouseley

FA need help to fight inequality


The Football Association needs more support from other organisations within the game if it is to rid football of inequality, according to Kick It Out chairman Lord Ouseley.... Read more