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Default Re: [EPL] Manchester United vs Swansea City



SWANSEA GAME FOCUSES ON #allredallequal

Manchester United’s game against Swansea City on Sunday 30 April is being dedicated to the club’s work around the #allredallequal equality, inclusion and diversity campaign.


Sunday’s midday game will highlight the club’s commitment to equality, with Old Trafford, players and staff showing their support for the campaign, which was launched last year.

The players will take to the field wearing specially designed #allredallequal T-shirts for the warm-up, while the stadium will showcase some of the equality work already carried out, with dedicated messages and imagery around the ground, including huge banners across the front of the iconic East Stand.

Speaking of the #allredallequal day of action, United’s group managing director, Richard Arnold, commented: “The club’s equality work is something that everybody is immensely proud of. Everybody can play their part, from players and staff to all of our supporters. Old Trafford is a home for all of our fans and we are fortunate to have so many supporters from diverse backgrounds.”

The club has engaged in many equality and inclusion programmes, campaigns and initiatives for a number of years and #allredallequal links together all those efforts by United and its staff, players and supporters. Work will continue to develop with organisations such as Kick It Out, Show Racism the Red Card, Stonewall, Level Playing Field, MUDSA and many more groups, as the club looks to be at the forefront of equality.

Supporters can keep up to date with the club’s work on equality via social media, using #allredallequal or at www.manutd.com/allredallequal

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