SRtRC is pleased to announce Roy Hodgson, Crystal Palace manager as new Honorary Patron
Student teachers took part in a range of workshops as part of our Teachers of Tomorrow Conference.
A catch up of the charity's work in Wales, with information about how you can get involved with our work.
Congratulations to SRtRC Patron Alex McLeish on becoming the new Scotland Manager.
Once again racism in Scottish society has been highlighted through football.
SRtRC is pleased to announce Paul Lambert, Stoke City FC manager is new Honorary Patron
We visted Jenner Park to host our first educational club event with Barry Town United FC.
Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) are pleased to announce that MK Dons new manager, Dan Micciche, has agreed to become a patron of the campaign.
On Thursday 8th February, Arsenal FC & Arsenal in the Community hosted an educational event for young people from local schools, run by Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) which featured former Arsenal Players and special guests answering young people’s questions about racism and hate crime.
Prior to this season's anti-racism education event with Arsenal FC and Arsenal in the Community, Prime Minister Theresa May sent a message of support to Show Racism the Red Card.
We visited Merthyr Town FC for our annual Educational club event.
We visited the Cardiff Blues for our annual Educational club event.
15 members of Northern UNISON completed 10 week awareness-raising programme designed to provide the skills and confidence to tackle racism and make positive contributions within their roles.
Police record 919 crimes with a hate element at or near schools and colleges last year, of which 71 per cent were related to race and ethnicity
We have launched an online page for reporting racism in football across Wales.
The Scottish team are thrilled to have delivered our Tackling LGBT+ Bullying Education Programme to young people from Street League in North Ayrshire yesterday thanks to Big Lottery Awards for All.
Tesco staff from the Taw View Extra store came together to raise money for Show Racism the Red Card
We are recruiting for a North Wales Education Worker
On Tuesday 6th March 2018, Whitley Bay football club are hosting an event in aid of Show Racism the Red Card Colombian partners, Nomadesc.
As the game bids farewell to one of its greatest players, ambassadors and advocates, I cannot help but recall the couple of occasions that I met Cyrille Regis
We delivered an educational workshop with representatives from grassroots clubs across Gwent as part of our challenging racism in football project.
We visited Welsh Premier League club Prestatyn Town FC for our educational club event.
We visited Welsh Premier League side Connah's Quay FC to hold our annual educational club event.
Former Sunderland AFC Captain, Gary Bennett, speak with Campaign Worker, Ben Holman, about the death of Cyrille Regis.
The Scottish team are thrilled to have delivered our Tackling LGBT+ Bullying Education Programme to young people from Street League in East Ayrshire today thanks to Big Lottery Awards for All.
Show Racism the Red Card have developed a set of guidance notes to support teachers in discussions about the issue of immigration with young people in association with the campaign's educational film 'Immigration; What's the Story'.
On Tuesday 16th January 2018, Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) held an educational event at the New York Stadium in partnership with Rotherham United Football Club (RUFC) and Rotherham United Community Sports Trust (RUCST).