Chelsea's Building Bridges campaign shows how Premier League clubs are fighting discrimination.
Premier League clubs continue to work on new initiatives to help make football inclusive and accessible to all.
Chelsea's 'Building Bridges' campaign is one example of how clubs fight discrimination.
A new addition to their work this season was their 'Say No to Antisemitism' programme.
It launched in January with a visit from Holocaust survivor Harry Spiro BEM.
Harry, 88, is one of 732 child survivors of the Holocaust who settled in the UK. He shared his inspirational story with Chelsea's players and staff.
"There is still a big job to do, but football is a great influence with youngsters and you have footballers supporting the message not to hate," said Harry.
Backed by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, the initiative aims to educate players, fans and the wider community about antisemitism in football.