More than 40 current footballers playing around the capital have told ITV News London they have been racially abused during their career.
The survey reveals players have suffered racial hatred from the Premier League down to the grassroots.
- 62% of that occurred on the pitch with 38% on social media
- 63% of players told us they hadn't reported the abuse they had suffered
- 57% believe it is not taken seriously by football’s authorities
QPR captain Nedum Onuoha says he has been the victim of racial hatred six times during his career, including twice whilst he was on international duty with England under 21's.
He told ITV News London he was abused once whilst playing away against Montenegro.
He was also abused in Serbia.
Ebbsfleet United striker Aaron McLean told us he’s also been abused at matches since he started out.
Teammate Nathan Ashmore claims he’s the victim of racial hatred at nearly every match, and has even had coins and food thrown at him.
Ashmore, believes players should be given more support.
FA inclusion advisory board chairman Paul Elliott says racism is taken seriously.
Watch Amy's report in full below