The FOA kicked off last weekend in Wales with Welsh Premier League teams and Cardiff City FC supporting the campaign.
Last weekend was the launch of the Fortnight of Action in Wales with the Welsh Premier League teams holding their actions in Wales. Cardiff City held their action match against Nottingham Forrest in Russell Slade’s first game in charge of the bluebirds.
The Fortnight of Action forms part of the FARE Football People action weeks and aims to challenge discrimination and celebrate the contribution we all make to football, wherever we live, whatever our connection to the game and whatever our background.
Teams warmed up in Show Racism the RED Card T-shirts prior to kick off and held up red cards to show their support for the campaigns weeks of action.
Russell Slade along with his staff showed their support proudly wearing the campaigns badge in their 2-1 win against Nottingham Forrest.
Forrest along with manager Stuart Pearce also joined Cardiff City by warming up in T-shirts at the Cardiff City stadium.
The Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League sides continued to show their fantastic support for the campaign highlighting their stance against racism including the live match on Sgorio last Sunday.
Airbus UK club ambassador Glenn Rule and director of football Andy Preece highlighted the club's stance against racism saying: "Racism has no place in football or society and we must keep supporting the great work Show Racism the red card is doing.”
"The improvement over the past few years is significant but we all must keep working together as there is still work to be done."
Merthyr Saints, Cardiff Grange Harlequins & Carmarthen Stars also showed their support over the weekend in pre match actions.
This weekend sees week two of the Fortnight take place where 26 further teams will take part in a stance against racism in sport and society.
Teams from the Welsh league and Huws Gray Alliance will be showing their support along with Newport County FC.
Friday will also see the first regional rugby team the Newport Gwent Dragons; join the football clubs in showing their support for anti-racism in their game against Newcastle Falcons.
Week Two Fortnight of Action fixtures
Friday 24th Oct 14
Goytre United v Taffs Well - Welsh League
Newport Gwent Dragons (Rugby) - Challenge Cup**
Saturday 25th Oct 14
Colwyn Bay V Barrow - Conference North
Merthyr Town FC V AFC Totton - Southern League
Afan Lido v AFC Porth - Welsh League
Caerau (Ely) v Garden Village - Welsh League
Cambrian & Clydach v Monmouth Town - Welsh League
Goytre v Haverfordwest County - Welsh League
Penybont v Aberdare Town - Welsh League
Pontardawe Town v Briton Ferry Llansawel - Welsh League
Buckley Town V Flint United - Huws Gray Alliance
Caersws V Penycae - Huws Gray Alliance
Guilsfield V Caernarfon Town - Huws Gray Alliance
Holyhead Hotspur V Mold Alex - Huws Gray Alliance
Llandrindod Wells V Denbigh Town - Huws Gray Alliance
Llandudno V Llanidloes Town - Huws Gray Alliance
Porthmadog V Rhydymwyn - Huws Gray Alliance
Rhayader Town V Conwy Borough - Huws Gray Alliance
Sunday 26th Oct 14
Newport County V Accrington Stanley - Football League
Photos from Week One of the FOA can be found HERE
If you see or hear racism at any level of football, please report it to the club, stewards or the police.
Further details about the campaign and the Fortnight of Action can be found at www.theredcardwales.org or contact the Welsh office at:
Tel: 02920 351 616 Email: Wales@theredcard.org