10 Oct 2017 in News
Curzon Ashton Football Club, one of thousands backing the Football People movement.
Inspired by an international movement of more than 100,000 people, Curzon Ashton will be joining the FARE Football People action weeks on the 17th, 18th and 19th October.
The club will be working with a local community artist and local primary schools, Waterloo PS, Canon Johnstone and Holy Trinity, to work on an equality project which will see the primary school children design and create banners that depict their definition of equality, they will then be invited to the home game against Boston United on the 21st October to display their artwork.
The Football People action weeks are a football-focused social campaign organised by the FARE network in October aimed at tackling all barriers that exclude people and communities.
Between the 5th and 19th October, professional clubs and players, the grassroots and amateur side of the game and thousands of others on social media will celebrate the power of football to unite people and celebrate the difference.
Curzon Ashton and FARE encourage all groups engaged in combating discrimination to join Football People Weeks 2017.
For further information visit: www.farenet.org