Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) produced a free England poster for distribution throughout the World Cup. Thousands of copies of the poster have been given to young people and campaign supporters throughout the Country.
The World Cup has been a fantastic celebration and it has been great to watch England secure a place in the semi-finals.
You can help show your support for the anti-racism message and England on Wednesday at noon.
Ged Grebby, Show Racism the Red Card Chief Executive said "In the build-up to the World Cup in Russia there was a lot of talk that racism may dominate the tournament and we approached Gareth Southgate and the squad to take a picture with our red cards, which we turned into a free poster.
"The last three weeks of the World Cup has been a celebration of all that is good in football, with people from 32 nations coming together and getting on well. The reports we have received have told us of the warm welcome Russian people have given to England fans, and indeed fans from all over the world. The World Cup has been a celebration of unity and international respect.
"However, racism is on the rise in the UK and we are very appreciative of the support that Gareth Southgate and the players continue to give to the campaign. We are calling on all our supporters to use social media on Wednesday at noon to highlight our message that racism has no place in football or society by sharing the poster image and #showracismtheredcard, @SRtRC_England."