Two of England's footballers say they want to find out for themselves the situation in Poland and Ukraine after allegations of racism there.
It follows warnings from former England international Sol Campbell for fans not to travel to Euro 2012 due to the threat of violence and racist behaviour.
Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka said they would stand by their team-mates if they were racially abused, but would leave other decisions to officials and management.
FA Chairman David Bernstein has revealed England has made contingency plans to deal with potential racist violence at the Euros.
Ukraine has hit back against claims of racism among its football fans ahead of the Euro 2012 championships.
Only 6,000 England fans will travel to Euro 2012 amid fears over the threat of racism and violence.