There is No Room For Racism. Anywhere.
Not online, not in the stands, not at home and not on the streets.
We all must come together as fans, as players and as clubs to combat discrimination wherever it exists in society.
That is why this weekend, the Premier League and our clubs will join other leagues, governing bodies and organisations across English football and wider sport to boycott social media and demand change.
The Premier League and our clubs will switch off Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts across a full fixture programme, from 15:00 BST on Friday 30 April until 23:59 BST on Monday 3 May.
The League will also pause publishing on its YouTube channel during the boycott.
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 tackle racism 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.
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.Find out moreExternal Link
We are working in schools so that children can understand what racism is and how to stop it.Find out moreExternal Link