Brentford striker Ivan Toney has been on the receiving end of further abuse online just hours after his club said they were reporting an Instagram user for directing racist language towards him.
An individual who racially abused Brentford striker Ivan Toney on Instagram has been banned from the platform, the Sky Bet Championship club said.
Anton Ferdinand says those who post online hate must be held to account, just as footballers are for the material that they share on their social media platforms.
People in ethnic minority groups should be considered clinically extremely vulnerable, experts have said in a paper highlighting how systemic racism is driving health inequalities.
Dundee have condemned “vile racist messages” received by on-loan Celtic forward Jonathan Afolabi.
Non-violent criminals serving time for drug use or possession should be freed and personal use of recreational drugs decriminalised, experts have said, arguing that the war on drugs is fuelling racism.
More than 2,200 racist incidents have been recorded in Scottish schools in the past three years, figures show.
Brentford FC has admitted it was a “mistake” to employ a previously banned supporter who has now been fined for using a racial slur against a rival fan.
A Brentford supporter fined in court on Monday for racially abusing a rival fan in a video was employed by the club last summer despite a previous banning order and suspended prison sentence for football violence.
QPR have strongly condemned the “abhorrent” online abuse aimed at forward Bright Osayi-Samuel following Tuesday’s game with Norwich.
Neil Lennon was left shocked by the racist abuse directed at Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer in a letter.
Kilmarnock have condemned racist abuse directed at manager Alex Dyer and are working with Police Scotland to identify the individuals involved.
Cambridge have announced a range of sanctions against supporters who booed when players took a knee prior to their match against Colchester this month.
Sky Sports has announced it will provide £3million in funding to anti-discrimination group Kick It Out over the next three years.
Kalvin Phillips has been making sure team-mates like Raphinha are fully aware of the importance of Leeds’ Premier League clash with Manchester United on Sunday.
The Football Association has chosen not to impose any disciplinary action on Millwall or Colchester after sections of their crowd booed players taking the knee.
Taking the knee as an act of solidarity against racism continues to have the overwhelming support of professional footballers, according to the players’ union.
Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association over the use of a racial term in a social media post.
Uncomfortable allegations in recent months have shone a fresh light on diversity and inclusion in English cricket at a time when the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic led to losses exceeding £100million.
Exeter ejected a spectator from the ground after booing was heard when players took a knee before kick-off ahead of their 2-1 loss to Harrogate.
Cambridge’s first Sky Bet League Two victory in six matches was overshadowed after a small number of spectators booed as the players took the knee before kick-off.
Azeem Rafiq has filed a legal complaint against Yorkshire, claiming direct discrimination and harassment on the grounds of race.
Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford-Brent have been recognised for their courageous stand against racism by being given the Freedom of the City of London.
The coach at the centre of a racism storm in the Champions League this week has said he is “ashamed” of the incident.
Anthony Joshua has confirmed he will not take the knee ahead of Saturday’s fight with Kubrat Pulev at Wembley’s SSE Arena.
Slaven Bilic says West Brom have no concerns over safety when it comes to facing Newcastle on Saturday.
Paris St Germain and Istanbul Basaksehir sent a powerful anti-racism message before their rescheduled Champions League match at Parc des Princes as their players all took a knee.
Benfica coach Jorge Jesus has claimed that complaining about racism is “very fashionable” when asked about Paris St Germain and Istanbul Basaksehir players walking off the pitch during their Champions League tie.
Chelsea have launched the latest project in their long-running ‘Say No To Anti-Semitism’ campaign.
Brendon Batson believes football can set an example for society but cannot be the “silver bullet” in the fight against racism.