Premier League fixtures in Matchweek 23 and 24 will feature the League's No Room For Racism initiative taking centre stage.
The No Room For Racism branding is on display to remind fans in the UK and around the world of the clear message that discrimination will not be tolerated in football or wider society, as well as demonstrating how diversity across all areas of the sport makes it stronger.
As in previous match rounds dedicated to No Room For Racism over the past five seasons, the inventory of matches (the ball plinth, the back boards in front of which players shake hands with their opponents and LED advertising boards) display the distinctive No Room For Racism branding.
Players again are showing their unity against all forms of racism at all matches by taking the knee before kick-off.
They did this on the opening match round of the season, during previous No Room For Racism fixtures in October 2022 and at the matches immediately after the FIFA World Cup.
This action is in line with the decision taken by club captains before the start of the season to do so at key moments of the season rather than before every match as was the case in previous seasons.
As they have all this season and in campaigns past, players continue to wear a "No Room For Racism" badge on their sleeves.
Support for the initiative has also gone out via social media from the clubs to their millions of fans.