The 1895 Trust has been approved as a member of the Football Against Racism Europe (Fare) Network.
The Fare network is an umbrella organisation that brings together individuals, groups and organisations driven to combat inequality in football and use the sport as a means for social change.
Fare’s commitment to tackle discrimination through football’s inclusive power is based on the principle that the game, as the most popular sport in the world, belongs to us all and can propel social cohesion.
Fare combats all forms of discrimination, including racism, far-right nationalism, sexism, trans- and homophobia and discrimination against disabled people.
The Trust worked with Fare as part of Fare week in 2013 and 2014, and hopes to continue this work in the future.