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22 January 2016

Club committed to anti-discrimation

SATURDAY'S game against Liverpool at Carrow Road (12:45pm) will see Norwich City get behind Kick It Out’s ongoing work to promote and support equality, inclusion and diversity.

The Club remains fully committed to supporting and sharing these objectives as a fully inclusive community Football Club.

We are proud to support the organisation at this weekend’s game, with the players wearing warm-up t-shirts supporting the initiative in addition to activities and promotion taking place around the stadium.

Ahead of kick-off, there will be a chance to win a Kick It Out t-shirt signed by the City first team at the Family Fanzone.

Nathan Redmond and Andre Wisdom, who are two Kick It Out’s ‘Next 20’ Ambassadors, play an active part in promoting equality as young professionals in the game.

The pair attended a workshop at Carrow Road before Christmas which helped to deliver an anti-discrimination presentation to young people.

Speaking to Kick It Out, Wisdom said: "It's good to be part of the 'Next 20' because the message Kick It Out are getting across is very positive. 

"If we as players can do more to help try to influence a younger generation across society, not just in football, then that is something we want to be a part of."

To learn more about the Kick It Out campaign and how to report discrimination, visit

Kick It Out is calling on all professional football clubs and their fans to show their support for equality, inclusion and diversity by downloading the second version of its reporting app.

The app gives users the ability to attach video, photo and audio evidence to complaints to aid investigations into discriminatory abuse and behaviour at matches. 

The free Kick It Out app can be downloaded NOW from Google Play and the App Store.

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