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Football is the biggest sport in the world and belongs to us all. It should be the right of every person to play, watch and discuss freely, without fear. We want to see the 'beautiful game' played without discrimination.
Unfortunately, at all levels of the game, from amateur to international, there are incidents of racism and discrimination. Be it from fans, players, clubs or other football bodies, FARE believes that such behaviour, on and off the field, is unacceptable and unwanted by the majority of fans and players.
FARE aims to tackle all forms of discrimination by combining the resources of organisations throughout Europe. It helps to support and nurture groups and coordinates efforts on a European scale. By working together, FARE helps organisations share good practice and present a united front against racism in football.
Fare is a network which has active partners in 40+ countries and is working across the game with fans, players, migrant and ethnic minority organisations, and governing bodies to tackle discrimination and promote social inclusion.
By supporting grassroots groups and combining the voices of ordinary fans of the game, Fare acts as an umbrella organisation for those challenging racism and discrimination throughout Europe.