Stoke have condemned “discriminatory” chants aimed at James McClean and offered the Republic of Ireland international their full support.
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Everton are investigating reports of homophobic chanting during Saturday’s Premier League game against Chelsea.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer called for stern action and education in the wake of “unacceptable” alleged racist abuse aimed at his players during the win at Manchester City.
Manchester City have said they are “aware of a video circulating on social media which appears to show a supporter making racial gestures” during their match against Manchester United.
A Liverpool fan whose offensive banner of Divock Origi prompted a police and club investigation has had his temporary ban lifted.
Burnley supporters were reported for alleged hate crimes at football matches more often than any other club in England or Wales over the last two completed seasons, according to Home Office data.
Liverpool have temporarily suspended the fan responsible for the offensive Divock Origi banner displayed at the Champions League match in Genk.
UEFA has “missed an opportunity” to get tough on racism after it ordered Bulgaria to play their next home qualifier behind closed doors over the racist behaviour of their fans during the Euro 2020 match against England.
England star Raheem Sterling will be part of a Premier League campaign to combat racism this weekend.
UEFA must show “zero tolerance” to the racist abuse which marred England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria in Sofia, Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said.
UEFA has been urged to investigate the racist chanting during England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria as “a matter of urgency”.
Bernardo Silva has been given more time to respond to a Football Association misconduct charge related to a tweet he sent about Manchester City team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
The Football Association has asked Manchester City for their observations regarding Bernardo Silva’s controversial tweet directed at team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
Kick It Out says a rise in hateful behaviour at football matches and in wider society is “undeniable” following the publication of new Home Office figures.
Kick It Out say it is “a cowardly decision” for the Italian Football Federation not to punish Cagliari after supporters allegedly aimed racist abuse at Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku.
Sanjay Bhandari has been appointed the new chair of Kick It Out.
Twitter says it has taken action on more than 700 examples of “hateful conduct” in the past two weeks following several cases of racist abuse involving Premier League footballers.
Eni Aluko has called for Premier League matches to be played behind closed doors as punishment for racist incidents.
Manchester United have condemned racial abuse which was aimed at midfielder Paul Pogba on social media after his missed penalty in the 1-1 draw at Wolves on Monday night.
Reading have backed Yakou Meite after the striker called out racist abuse he received on social media following the 3-0 win over Cardiff.