Premier League players unite this weekend to show their opposition to racism in football.
For the fixtures from 30 March to 8 April, the League's No Room for Racism campaign will demonstrate its commitment to equality and diversity and using the power and popularity of the League to oppose racism in football.
It will also celebrate diversity across the Premier League and our clubs, and recognise the significant contribution made by Kick It Out since it was formed 25 years ago in tackling discrimination.
Before each match this weekend, the players from the two teams will drop their rivalries and show their unity against discrimination by lining up with each other.
In stadiums across the Premier League until 8 April fans at the matches and millions of viewers around the world will see the No Room for Racism and Kick It Out inventory displayed, including on the Nike match balls, the ball plinths and perimeter boards, as well as across digital and social media outlets.
Additionally, club captains will wear Kick It Out captain’s armbands at all matches.
It will be accompanied by nationwide advertising featuring Premier League players, managers and supporters.
The Premier League fully supports clubs, Kick It Out and football’s other bodies in working together to make football a truly welcoming sport.
This includes ensuring that offences can be readily reported and that all available sanctions are used to deter offending and to punish those found guilty of racism.
If you witness racist behaviour at a match or around a stadium, please report it to the police or a steward. You can also report racism by using the Kick It Out reporting app (download the iOS app or Android app) or you can use Kick It Out's website reporting form.