SRtRC is pleased to announce that the hosts of the School Competition 2018 Awards Ceremony are:
Stoke City FC
“It is fantastic news that Stoke City FC has agreed to host this year’s Awards Ceremony.
We will be working with the club to make this event a really special one to reward the hard work of all the winners of the competition across England."
Paul Kearns, Deputy Chief Executive, SRtRC
Stoke City FC has kindly agreed to host the event in the Tony Waddington suite on Tuesday 24th April.
Paul Kearns said “I can’t wait to see this year’s entries; it’s always inspiring to see the work about racism that young people throughout the Country have produced.
“I know that this will be a really exciting incentive for young people from all over the UK, but particularly Stoke to get their entries in to this year’s competition.”
Stoke City FC and the Football365 stadium join a list of Awards Ceremony host venues through the years that includes, The Etihad Stadium, Stamford Bridge, Old Trafford, Anfield, the King Power Stadium, St James’ Park, Wembley Stadium, Villa Park and the Emirates Stadium.
Stoke City FC are long-time supporters of the SRtRC campaign. They regularly host educational events for young people from local schools and recently, new SCFC manager, Paul Lambert became an Honorary Patron of the campaign.
Schools can still take part in the competition, which is free to enter. All the details are here.
Young people can produce anti-racism themed entries in any medium including artwork, creative-writing, film and music.
Entries must be received by 16th March 2018.