Racism has long been a problem in soccer, with players and fans experiencing discrimination based on their race. This can take many forms, including racist language, actions from players and fans, and discriminatory policies and practices within soccer clubs and governing bodies.

Racism in soccer can have serious consequences, causing players to feel unsafe and unwelcome and tarnishing the sport’s reputation.

In recent years, there has been a renewed focus on addressing racism in soccer, with organizations such as FIFA and UEFA implementing stricter penalties for racist behavior and working to promote inclusivity and diversity in the sport.

Despite these efforts, racism in soccer remains a pervasive issue that needs to be actively combated by players, fans, and governing bodies to create a more welcoming and inclusive soccer community.