The Billionaires club, Chelsea FC has teamed up with KickItOut, in making the movie as a means of encouraging people to tackle antisemitism and also to raise awareness of the consequences of antisemitic behavior and also its effect on the Jewish fans and the society as a whole.
The filmed is centered on unveiling the dangers of antisemitism in the football world today was released today by KickItOut.
Producer by Chelsea fan, Ivor Baddiel features former Chelsea women’s striker, Eni Aluko and BBC Radio Presenter, Jeremy Vine.
The film has been for Kick It Out’s leading work in tackling discrimination by encouraging fans to report cases of such.
Real footage of fans making antisemitic chants, gestures and also posts made on social media will be viewed.
Also the film is said to be a major tool in assisting works in Secondary schools and colleges to educate pupils and students on the importance of equality and on the other hand, the dangers of antisemitism.
Chelsea FC in collaboration with Kick It Out, took to the club’s official site to give thanks to the below listed personnel for strongly supporting the movie making.
-IMG/Premier League Archive
The club went on to share freephone helplines/report lines in case anyone witnesses any form of discrimination in football including antisemitism.
UK residents call; 08000323263
Or report via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or to the Community Security Trust(CST)’s email: email@example.com
Note that the above lines are free of charge, you can call and report at any time of the day.
The Blues, on Friday, revealed that it would be traveling to Foxborough, Massachusetts to face the Revolution at the Gillette Stadium in 2019, when the Premier League concludes for the season. This match is as a support to the “Say No To Antisemitism” campaign.
Click on Game For Change, for further information on the match.
Watch Short Movie below!!!