Show Racism the Red Card had a successful night raising funds for the campaign throught the sale of our new wristband, last week at Tolka Park for the big Dublin Derby Shamrock Rovers Vs Bohemians game. The trendy band is red, white and black and includes a link to the website so you can find out more information. Wristbands are €2 or a donation.It’s the colour of the shirt that matters/ opponents on the pitch unite to Show Racism the Red CardShow Racism the Red Card is an education initiative which harnesses the role and profile of top sports stars to educate against racism It also works to support integration and is working with the FAI in the implementation of its Intercultural programme, which was launched by Paul McGrath last year,Over the Easter break, the ASTI teachers union sent 500 packs to most second level schools in Ireland. Club Promotions Officers Paddy McQuaid of Shamrock Rovers FC and Dave Russell of Bohemians have each had 40 education packs to distribute to schools and community centres in the club catchment areas.eircom League of Ireland players have been to the forefront of this campaign. The PFAI are distributing the Show Racism the Red Card wristband to every one of their members throughout the league. Show Racism the Red Card were at Tolka Park on Friday night raising support for the campaign through the sale of a wristband. The trendy band is red, white and black and includes a link to the website so you can find out more information.
Wristbands are €2 or a donation and will be on sale throughout the match on next Friday at Dalymount Park for the Bohemians Vs Bray Wanderers game.