Club becomes the first in the Barclays Premier League to host a club event this season.

's annual Club event at Cardiff City Stadium recently.Show Racism the Red CardOver 80 pupils from St. David's, Llansannor & Llanharry and Llangan Primary Schools attended


in attendance to support the cause, pupils spent the day with SRtRC Education experts Chris Stokes and Aimee Jones enjoying an educational workshop that looked at racism issues via interactive activities and discussions.Nicky Maynard and Peter OdemwingieSRtRC educates about racism in football and society. With City stars

David Gough. and youth team coach Dylan Rees & Ashley Baker, Cardiff City FC youth team players Gareth & Ismat from South Wales Police, Cardiff City FC Futsal scholars Wayne Palmer, Sunil Patel, Campaign manager Christian RobertsDuring a role-play press conference, pupils had the chance to interview a panel of guests that included former Cardiff City player

said of the day: “This was another fantastic event at Cardiff City, who continue year on year to lead the way with support for the Campaign and promote our key messages. Jason WebberCampaign worker

"More young people have gone back to their schools educated about the issues of racism through the medium of football. Our partnership with Cardiff City is a model for others to aspire to.”

BBC Wales. and Sky SportsThe event was covered by SRtRC would like to thank the schools for attending the event, Cardiff City Football Club and the players that supported the event along with South Wales Police and the media.

- prior to our fixture against Swansea City on the November 3rd.Fortnight of ActionSRtRCWe will be showing our support for the campaign during the

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