Show Racism / Bigotry the Red Card call for an end to unacceptable behaviour.
Racism and sectarianism is unacceptable in all aspects of society, including football, and Show Racism / Bigotry the Red Card will continue to campaign and educate against such behaviour.
We work proactively across Scotland to promote our anti-racism / sectarianism message and the dangers of racism / sectarianism. Scottish Premier League clubs and Scottish Football League clubs are major supporters of the campaign and work closely with us on our anti-racist / sectarian events at their clubs, involving players and also support our annual Anti-Racism Creative Competition.
When racist / sectarian incidents are thought to have occurred at football matches we liaise closely with the football authorities and clubs to deal with all incidents appropriately, and are proactive in promoting our strong anti racism / sectarianism stance in the media.
We are holding an event tomorrow night at Hampden Park, Glasgow with football supporters, which will be an evening of debate around the issue of sectarianism, click here for information.
Scottish Football Association Chief Executive, Stewart Regan, said:
"The Scottish FA condemns all kinds of sectarian and discriminatory behaviour, a view that was endorsed by the President of UEFA, Michael Platini, at the UEFA Convention in Paris this week.
"We are committed to the newly formed Joint Action Group set-up by the Scottish Government, the police and all Scottish football authorities to ensure a collective approach to addressing the ongoing problems and will be discussing the matter of sectarianism at the next working group meeting.
"Prior to last weekend's Co-operative Insurance Cup Final, I met with representatives from the anti-sectarian charities, Nil By Mouth and Show Bigotry the Red Card, as part of the Scottish FA's plans to help formulate a new series of practical measures that can be implemented to help tackle the issues that continue to arise.
"I also intend meeting with member clubs and the league organisations to seek their assistance in eradicating sectarianism and other forms of unacceptable behaviour from football".