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Anti-racism at Euro 2012

Teenagers from a Sheffield anti-racism group have returned from Euro 2012, where they hosted street soccer games.

The "Football Unites - Racism Divides" campaign brought together fans, in an attempt to counter the threat of racist incidents at the tournament. Despite some apprehension before going out to Poland and the Ukraine, the group say they received a warm welcome. Martin Fisher reports.


  1. Euro blogger Richard, from Sheffield

Euro blog: two hours to go

Two hours to go and we are at the Golden Lion in central Donetsk. Strangely there are lots of songs about Sol Campbell and his advice not to come here! The songs are right in sentiment if strong on language!

Not that many fans yet, perhaps a few hundred here. But there is a good atmosphere and plenty of locals milling around too. We re off to the ground soon. Feeling the tension now!

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