United reiterate anti-discrimination stance
Ahead of Sunday’s Premier League game against Chelsea, Manchester United would like to remind all supporters of its commitment to ensuring that Old Trafford continues to be a welcoming environment to all people and will take the strongest possible action against any offensive or discriminatory behaviour.
The club strives to ensure equality, diversity and inclusion throughout so that Old Trafford is free from all forms of discrimination, including racist, sexist or homophobic references or abuse.
In 2016, the club launched its own equality campaign, #allredallequal, which encompasses all the hard work done by the club, players, staff and supporters within this essential area. At the end of last season, the HATRED initiative was launched as Manchester United reaffirmed its commitment to challenging all forms of discrimination.
The club continues to work closely with organisations such as Kick It Out, Stonewall, Level Playing Field, MUDSA and many more groups as Manchester United looks to be at the forefront of equality.
#allredallequal showcases best practice in all aspects of equality and everybody in the Manchester United family has an important part to play. If you are witness to, or subject of any discriminatory language or behaviour at Old Trafford, then please speak to your nearest steward. Alternatively, supporters can use the Virtual Steward Service and text HELP to 84222 followed by the stand, row and seat of the offender and the nature of the problem.