Wolves and Newcastle United will join the Premier League in their No Room For Racism campaign on Sunday and the local community have provided a helping hand.
Sunday’s game falls on the league’s annual No Room For Racism weekend and will see football unite to rid racism from the sport, and local Wolverhampton schoolchildren have joined that fight.
Before kick-off, all Wolves players will wear a unique, specially designed warm-up shirt courtesy of local schoolchildren, encouraging people to ‘Challenge It, Report It, Change It’.
The winning 24 designs were selected from 800 entries and, before being placed onto warm-up shirts, can be viewed here.
The competition extended to every primary school in Wolverhampton, as well as the Foundation’s partner schools from surrounding areas, with all children aged between four and 11 welcomed to submit designs.