Clubs take action against racism for FARE fortnight

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, there was an increase in the number of schools visited by the FAI this year to promote the anti-racism message.Below are some of the pictures we are have received so far.  More are to come as the fortnight of action continues until 20th October.  Some of the clubs got other clubs to join them in their activities to mark the FARE Fortnight.Activities included a champions league style handshake at the start of the game with an exchange of the Show Racism the Red Card wristbands. Participating clubs also used the SRTRC cards for photocalls and shared on their own websites and social media.artane-beaumon-fc-1artane-beaumont-fc-2 artane-beaumont-fc camolin-fc camolin-fc3 carew-park-fc-2 carew-park-fc-4 clonmel-town-fc glebe-north-fc-1 glebe-north-fc glebe-north killegland-3 killegland-fc-1 kilmallock-united-afc-7 manorhamilton-rangers-1 manorhamilton-rangers-5 marino-girls-fcmanorhamilton-rangers-fc mayo-schoolboys sonepark-fc st-josephs-fc-1 st-josephs-fc stella-marris-herald stonepark-1sdrcofswords-manor-7

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