EA SPORTS FIFA has continued its pledge to support the Premier League’s No Room For Racism campaign by launching a new dedicated kit in FIFA20 Ultimate Team.
The purpose of the campaign is to send a clear message: discrimination will not be tolereated in any area or aspect of football, a stance EA SPORTS FIFA is firmly behind.
“No Room For Racism is about zero tolerance and education,” Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham explained when asked about his support for the campaign. “EA SPORTS FIFA is in a unique position to reach millions of fans and influence the outlook of future generations so I’m very proud to support this initiative with the Premier League.”
Abraham is one of four players who are fronting the support, alongside Leicester’s James Maddison, Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard and Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk.
The Premier League’s commitment to its campaign was visible in stadiums across the country last weekend and will be on display again for the upcoming gameweek 10 fixtures.
“Football is for everyone. When that’s challenged, we must forget team colours and stand together to show there’s no room for racism in football or society,” van Dijk added. “EA SPORTS FIFA supporting the Premier League’s No Room For Racism campaign is a great symbol of that.”
Find out more about the Premier League’s No Room For Racism campaign here.