The union stands against all types of discrimination in football and in society.
We stand against anyone that wishes to divide fans on race, religion, gender, sexuality or any other reason.
We acknowledge the great work done by organisations in and out of football such as Kick it Out, Show Racism the Red Card, Merseyside Together and Stand up to Racism who educate and organise in opposing racism and fascism.
In recent years, we have seen groups, old and new, seek to try and divide us under the guise of names like the FLA, or those who have sought to march in our city. We will stand against racism and fascism at all times, in football and outside of football. As Liverpool fans, but more importantly citizens, we are very proud of the response from the people of Liverpool – to be open and welcoming, not ignorant and insular.
We have seen the positive work done with all in our community. Our Foodbank initiative, Fans Supporting Foodbanks, works closely with the Muslim community across the city. We our proud to work with Kop Outs a Liverpool LGBT+ fan group. This should be the message from football – bringing together all, regardless of race, religion or anything else.
Unity is strength. No pasarán.