as we host Nottingham Forest.Fortnight of Actioncampaign, and this Saturday joins the annual Show Racism the Red Card Cardiff City continues to proudly support the
about their views on racism in football and society. This was the ninth occasion the club has hosted a SRtRC event and we will be honoured to continue to support the campaign and educational events next season.Steve Jenkins and listening to former Cardiff City defender Fábio da Silva and Ben TurnerThe match follows on from the club hosting an anti-racism club event with pupils from Lansdowne Primary School and Evenlode Primary School. The pupils visited Cardiff City stadium to take part in an educational workshop and role play press conference, interviewing
On Saturday both Cardiff City and Nottingham Forest will be wearing anti-racism T-shirts prior to kick off to show our support for Show Racism the Red Card and its anti-racism work. The SRtRC logo also features on the cover of match programme CF11, with added details inside.
spoke about the Fortnight of Action saying, “This year’s Fortnight of Action will see a record number of clubs and leagues unite across Wales in match actions. Racism continues to spoil the beautiful game and we must all do our bit to step up our efforts in challenging these issues to once and for all eradicate it from football and society.”Jason WebberSRtRC Campaign worker
Supported by the Football Association, the Fortnight of Action has been running since 2007 in Wales. More clubs and leagues have joined the action weeks each season. This year will seeover eighty clubs across nine leagues involved.
show on Cardiff City Player and YouTubeIn the CityMore coverage on Show Racism the Red Card will follow before the weekend, including our exclusive .
theredcardwales.orgFurther details about the campaign and the Fortnight of Action can be found at
Wales@theredcard.org: Jason works with clubs across Wales utilizing sport as an engagement tool for young people. Tel: 02920 351 616 Email