Premier League players and clubs highlighted their ongoing commitment to tackling discrimination and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion at matches this weekend.
Players took the knee once more ahead of kick-off before all matches to show their unity against all forms of racism as the fixtures were dedicated to the Premier League's No Room For Racism initiative.
All Premier League matches this weekend and next are displaying No Room For Racism messaging as the League and clubs continue to call on fans to challenge and report discriminatory behaviour wherever they see it.
We proudly support the @PremierLeague's #NoRoomForRacism initiative, as we remain united in the fight against racism and all forms of discrimination.— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 9, 2022
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See: How to report racism
Also in this series
Part 2: Ferdinand explains why players take the knee
Part 3: Ward-Prowse: Taking the knee sends powerful message
Part 4: Defoe and Crawford discuss how sport breaks barriers
Part 5: Bent: Taking the knee enables conversations on racism
Part 6: Solanke: We all have role to play in fight against racism