United step up #allredallequal campaign
Manchester United is marking this weekend's game against West Ham United as its annual #allredallequal fixture, with a number of displays being put in place around the stadium as the club reaffirms its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
Banners will be displayed on the East Stand, outlining United’s promise to equality, whilst before kick-off; a centre-circle flag will be placed on the Old Trafford pitch to mark the occasion.
There will be plenty of activity on the club’s official website and social media channels, as messaging around equality, diversity and inclusion is highlighted and shared with our diverse global fan base.
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Speaking about the club’s #allredallequal campaign, Manchester United’s group managing director, Richard Arnold said:
“The club has worked closely with many equality stakeholders to ensure that our inclusion and diversity work is supporting a wide range of initiatives.
”We are privileged to have staff and supporters from diverse backgrounds, and embrace the responsibility we have to make a positive impact on all those who visit Old Trafford and support the club, no matter where they are in the world.
The club has a long history of working within this equality, diversity and inclusion and, since the development of its own #allredallequal campaign during the 2016/17 season, this has gone from strength to strength both internally and externally.
All efforts of equality are linked by #allredallequal, as the club strives to be at the forefront of this essential area with the support of Stonewall, Kick It Out, Level Playing Field, MUDSA and many more groups.