The following are a list of incidents reported to Fare during February 2019.
On International Women’s Day we celebrate five grassroots women’s groups doing brilliant work in sport.
The Fare network is celebrating 20 years of fighting for equality and inclusion.
Belgian football to celebrate diversity and respect with “Football for All” rainbow weekend.
We would like to hear your thoughts on the educational power of football history to drive social change.
The German Football Federation (DFB) will continue its project to support refugee integration through football.
Alarming number of incidents of racist and sectarian chanting in Scottish football raises concern.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during January 2019.
The Fare network is looking to recruit a Development lead for CONCACAF and CONMEBOL regions.
The Football v Homophobia campaign kicks off today with events lined up throughout February.
Senegalese footballer Gueye Ass Dia was playing in goal for Serino, a team that plays in the Campania regional divisions (Promozione campano), when he is alleged to have been racially abused by the referee before being sent off. In response to the incident the team president Donato Trotta pulled his team off the field, saying:…
Clubs around Europe will join thousands around the world in marking the occasion of Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January.
Head of Italy’s football federation says games must stop if racism takes place, after Kalidou Koulibaly incident.
Fare is pleased to announce that the following 23 groups have been awarded Football v Homophobia grants.
Fare is seeking to appoint an LGBT+ reference group to support its work on LGBT+ inclusion.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during December 2018.