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Show Racism the Red Card Competitions encourage young people from schools and other educational settings to produce creative work with an original anti-racism theme.

In England, Wales and Scotland a competition is held annually and thousands of young people participate. The competitions are free to enter and open to young people of all ages and abilities.

Entrants can produce work in a wide-range of media, including artwork, creative writing, film and music. The entries are consistently inspirational and SRtRC makes sure that many have a resonance beyond the competition by using them in educational resources and magazines, on the campaign’s website, social media channels, YouTube and in a special calendar. All competition winners are invited to a special awards ceremony with prizes presented by special guests, including current and former professional footballers.

To find out more about the competition in your area click on the buttons below to download the information pack and guidelines for your region.

I encourage all schools to get involved with this competition... the quality of the young people’s artwork is always very high, the kids all love getting involved and Show Racism the Red Card is a really good and important message.
— Christine Blower, SRtRC Honorary Vice President

Register now!

You can register for the competition in your area by clicking on the below buttons.

On Thursday 25th April, Show Racism the Red Card hosted the Awards Ceremony of the School Competition 2019 at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester. Josh Kelly was on hand to film the day and capture what was a special event for all involved.