No Room For Racism

Spurs Fixture Dedicated To No Room For Racism

Leicester City’s home clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday will be dedicated to the Premier League’s No Room For Racism campaign.

- Leicester City’s Premier League game against Tottenham dedicated to No Room For Racism
- The Foxes face Spurs in a 3pm GMT kick-off at King Power Stadium
- Fixtures between 11 and 19 February will support the ongoing commitment to tackling discrimination
- Players will take the knee ahead of kick-off on Filbert Way

All Premier League fixtures between 11 and 19 February will support the No Room For Racism initiative as clubs highlight their ongoing commitment to tackling discrimination and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion.

Both sets of players will take the knee before the game to show their unity against all forms of racism, with Premier League club captains deciding at the start of the 2022/23 campaign to collectively select significant moments during the season to take the knee to demonstrate that racism will not be tolerated.

Messaging will also be visible throughout the stadium this weekend as the Football Club continues to call on fans to challenge and report discriminatory behaviour wherever they see it. 

Earlier this season, as part of Black History Month, Patson Daka, Ashleigh Plumptre, Chituru Odunze and Wes Morgan joined Leicester City in the Community for a Premier League Inspires event on Filbert Way.

The quartet took part in a panel discussion with students from various secondary schools across the city as they answered questions about their own experiences and discussed what more needs to be done to eradicate racism from football and society.

Please click HERE for more information about the No Room For Racism campaign.




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