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Newcastle Girls FA Centre of Excellence squads and coaching staff gave their support to the Kick it Out campaign at Saturday`s training session.
The girls also attended the Newcastle United v Manchester City game as part of the Newcastle United Foundation`s community programme of events
Rob Atkin, Centre of Excellence director, said: "All of our players in the FA Centre of Excellence programme recognise the importance of treating everyone with respect, but we know that everyone must continue to get the message across to the small minority who should know better."
Newcastle United is pledging its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion by backing Kick It Out's One Game, One Community weeks of action this October. The club held its very own day of action at St James' Park for the fixture against Manchester City as part of a 12-day, nationwide celebration of diversity.
The fixture is one of 1000 events to take place across the country during the weeks of action, from 16-28 October. All professional clubs will hold activities to support the initiative, alongside schools, universities and community and youth centres.
Kick It Out, the game's equality and inclusion campaign, is co-ordinating the initiative as part of football's ongoing contribution to promote greater inclusion.
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