Scholars support No Room for Racism campaign

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A group of Southampton's Under-18 Scholars supported the club's Football Partnership Soccer School ahead of their upcoming No Room for Racism Premier League matches.

Alfie Prescott, Reggie Evans, Brandon Charles, Ethan Hartness, Isaac Bailey, and Nathanael Boot had a fantastic chance to support and engage with the local community, whilst helping to educate the children attending the Easter Soccer School on this important topic.

The Soccer School had No Room for Racism as their theme for the day, discussing the topic with their young players before the U18s stars coached small teams in a No Room For Racism tournament.

Young participants were given additional credit for demonstrating behaviours that showed respect, inclusion and teamwork, before the tournament finished with a medal presentation from the U18s to the winning teams from each age group.  

The players, coaches, and participants had an enjoyable experience, whilst highlighting such an important message.

Saints' youngsters will support the No Room for Racism campaign at their next home games, with the Under-21s hosting Nottingham Forest on Friday 12th April and the Under-18s facing Crystal Palace the following day at Staplewood.

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