Category Archives: FAI
News that an under 12s game was abandoned after adult ‘supporters’ allegedly hurled racist abuse at players who happened to be from traveller backgrounds, is shocking.
The number of grassroots clubs involved in taking action during the Football Against Racism in Europe fortnight (FARE) has more than doubled this year. 44 grassroots sent back expressions of interest forms to Show Racism the Red Card. In addition, … Continue reading
It is FARE fortnight from 6th – 20th October. FARE is Football Against Racism in Europe. From the grassroots and schools levels to national league, international and Champions League, across UEFA affiliates, action will be taken against racism.
We had a great day today with Show Racism the Red Card ambassador Conan Byrne of St Patrick’s Athletic and our education worker Sara Hakim at Griffith Barracks Educate Together. It follows a few weeks of workshops in schools, prison … Continue reading
In October 2013, Show Racism the Red Card launched its Online Training Course. This unique and innovative learning programme has had 135 volunteers, coaches, administrators, referees complete an online course aimed at raising anti racism awareness in football. 78 participants … Continue reading
30 clubs, leagues, youth services and schools applied to participate in activities at grassroots level. This is up from 18 group last year. This involved activity initiated at local level and with support from the Intercultural Programme and Show Racism … Continue reading
FAI County Carlow Marks Football Against Racism Week Holy Family Boys National School Askea held a Show Racism the Red Card interactive classroom and pitch workshop to mark Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) Week.
Show Racism the Red Card is working with the FAI to deliver the Football Against Racism in Europe fortnight of action 9th -23rd October.
Show Racism the Red Card statement – Cork club fined after racism protest In today’s press, there is a report that a club was fined in response to an alleged racist incident during a game in Cork. Without commenting on … Continue reading