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Show Racism the Red Card and FIFPro have just entered the second year of their three-year partnership. Both organisations cooperate closely in their fight against racism and discrimination, aiming for more diversity in football and society.

Professional footballers play an important part in this campaign; being role models they can help educate children and fans.

FIFPro and Show Racism the Red Card have created red cards in 32 different languages, which enables players worldwide to direct their message and their support for this campaign to children, fans and all other people in their native language.

Recently Show Racism the Red Card visited several Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Sunderland and Tottenham Hotspur. Visits to Arsenal and Chelsea are scheduled. Premier League clubs are among the most diverse in the world, as they boast a great number of players of different nationalities, cultures, religions and convictions.

One of the participating players was Heung-Min Son, who helped guide Spurs past Leicester City in their FA Cup third round match-up, this Wednesday.

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A full gallery of red cards in all 32 languages is now available via the charity’s Facebook page, with individuals from across the world being encouraged to post and share the Show Racism the Red Card message in their native language.

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