Whether you are a fan, player, parent or coach, we want to hear about your experiences of racism in football
Football is facing a crisis. Already this month Chelsea fans have been filmed singing a racially abusive song about Mohamed Salah; a non-league club have been fined after their players walked off the pitch to protest against racist abuse; Danny Rose has said he “can’t wait to see the back of football” due to the abuse he has experienced in the sport; Arsenal have launched an investigation after Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly was apparently racially abused at the Emirates; Newcastle United have set about finding a fan who racially abused Wilfried Zaha; Wigan Athletic have reported abuse to local police; and a Brentford season-ticket holder has been arrested after he allegedly abused Derby midfielder Duane Holmes. We could go on.
Racism is not just a problem in Premier League grounds. As shown by our special report into the subject, it exists in every level of English football, from youth teams right up to the national side. We would like to hear your experiences – whether as a fan, player, parent or coach.