SRtRC is proud to announce the venue for the School Competition 2015 is…..
“It’s absolutely brilliant news that Liverpool FC has agreed to host the Awards Ceremony. We’ll be working with the club to make this event a really special one for the winners of this year’s competition in England."
Paul Kearns, Deputy Chief Executive, SRtRC
Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) is pleased to announce the venue for the SRtRC School Competition 2015 Awards Ceremony will be Anfield, the home of Liverpool FC.
Liverpool FC has kindly agreed to host the event which is one of the highlights of the SRtRC calendar, on Tuesday 28th April.
SRtRC Deputy Chief Executive, Paul Kearns said “It’s absolutely brilliant news that Liverpool FC has agreed to host the Awards Ceremony. We’ll be working with the club to make this event a really special one for the winners of this year’s competition in England.
“I can’t wait to see this year’s entries; it’s always great 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 Liverpool and Merseyside to get their entries in to this year’s competition.”
Liverpool FC and Anfield join a list of Awards Ceremony host venues through the years that includes, The Etihad Stadium, Stamford Bridge, Old Trafford, St James’s Park, Wembley Stadium, Villa Park and the Emirates Stadium.
Schools still have time to register for the competition which is free to enter.
Young people can produce anti-racism themed entries in any medium including artwork, creative-writing, film and music.
Registration closes: February 27th
Entries in by: March 20th