Chelsea F.C players have been holding the red cards with anti-racism messages in their native languages as part of coordinated anti-racism campaign
Chelsea F.C players have recently been showing their support for the campaign by holding the Red Cards in their native language. This came as a result of partnership work between Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) and FIFPro, who provided the Red Cards in 32 different languages.
Ged Grebby, Chief Executive of SRtRC
Chelsea F.C stars have demonstrated their stance against racism by pledging their support for Show Racism the Red Card.
The Chelsea stars held up Red Cards in their native languages supported by FIFPro the World Player's Union to show that racism has no place in football or in our society.
You can view more pictures of first team players from Chelsea F.C showing their support for SRtRC by clicking here
Chelsea F.C has been great advocates of the work carried out by SRtRC and have backed the campaign since its inception 20 years ago.
The support of clubs like Chelsea F.C is crucial to the work that we carry out and we look forward to working closely with the club throughout our 20th Anniversary year.
SRtRC’s famous red cards have been translated into 32 different languages as part of an ongoing partnership with FIFPro – the world players union, which aims to deliver a coordinated, world wide message rejecting racism, prejudice and discrimination.