Greatness comes from everywhere. Which is why diversity on the pitch has played such a pivotal role in making the Premier League what it is now. 

Football is a global game which brings together communities and cultures, uniting people of all backgrounds. The Premier League has welcomed players from 123 different nations since it started in 1992.

So, if you are not a fan of this diversity, you are not a fan. That is why there is no room for racism. Anywhere.

Through No Room For Racism, the Premier League and its clubs work with fans, the FA, EFL, PFA, Kick It Out and the police to fight against discrimination on and off the pitch, promoting equality, diversity and inclusion across all areas of football.

Together we can all do more to make a positive impact.

So, if you see discrimination, challenge it, report it, change it.

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No Room For Racism Action Plan

The Premier League and clubs are committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in football.

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Reporting racism

To take a stand against racism, we all need to make a positive change. If you see or hear racism, here is how to call it out.

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We are working in schools so that children can understand what racism is and how to stop it.

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See how Premier League clubs commit to the fight against discrimination as well as celebrate diversity

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