A Newcastle season-ticket holder has been handed a five-year football banning order after being found guilty of racially abusing Liverpool players during an undercover stewarding operation.
UEFA has rejected Montenegro’s appeal against playing their next home match behind closed doors after some of their supporters racially abused England players in March.
Raheem Sterling would be keen to speak to the Football Association and the Premier League over the summer to work out the next steps in the ongoing efforts to combat racism.
Gareth Southgate has revealed none of his England players have expressed a desire to walk off the pitch to make a “symbolic statement” against racist abuse – and believes doing so would not necessarily cure the problem.
Gareth Southgate has been in contact with England’s players to offer support after they were subjected to racist abuse in Montenegro.
Crystal Palace’s club doctor has said he and his family were racially abused by a young child near Selhurst Park ahead of the match against Bournemouth.
Portsmouth have condemned the “abhorrent” racist message sent to Peterborough forward Ivan Toney following Posh’s 3-2 win at Fratton Park on Tuesday night.
Black referees are being blocked from climbing the league ladder by observers at county level, according to Ref Support UK’s ambassador for black, Asian and minority ethnic officials.
Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudhury has apologised after a series of offensive historic Twitter posts came to light.
Danny Rose believes it would be a “waste of time” to do any coaching badges when he retires because black players are “not given a chance” to become managers.
Danny Rose says he is shocked by the leniency of the punishment doled out to Montenegro after a number of their supporters racially abused England players last month.
The founder of Britain’s largest anti-racism education charity believes there is no need for a clampdown on discriminatory behaviour in grounds, but says it is time for the Premier League to start funding his work.
Montenegro have been ordered to play their European Championship qualifier against Kosovo behind closed doors after a number of their supporters racially abused England players last month.
Former England winger Trevor Sinclair has urged players who are racially abused during games to stay on the pitch and use their anger as motivation to play harder.
The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) will collate evidence of racist abuse suffered by players to demonstrate the severity of the issue to government and social networks.
Rangers captain James Tavernier has become the latest footballer to be targeted by racist abuse on social media.
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling hopes his – and other players’ – stance on racism will help eradicate it from grounds within the next decade.
Chelsea Women and England defender Anita Asante has backed Raheem Sterling’s call for greater sanctions for racism and more diversity in senior positions within the national game.
Raheem Sterling has described football’s racism problem as “deep” and “nowhere near being sorted”, and believes the organisations that run the game are not doing nearly enough to try to fix it.
Players who took part in the #Enough campaign for a 24-hour social media boycott in protest at online racial abuse received further insults in response to their posts, the Professional Footballers’ Association has revealed.