RANGERS launched its ground-breaking diversity and inclusion campaign ‘Everyone Anyone’ on Monday and the initiative will be introduced to the crowd at tonight’s Europa League qualifier against Progrès Niederkorn.
Rangers MD Stewart Robertson, manager Steven Gerrard, captain James Tavernier, Andy Halliday, Amy McDonald, local politicians and fans helped support this extremely important initiative and the players will wear Everyone Anyone t-shirts in the warm-up.
A new Everyone Anyone flag will also fly proudly above the Sandy Jardine Stand and the launch film will be played to the crowd ahead of kick-off.
This campaign will promote Rangers as a modern football club through which fans can come together and support a common cause – equality for everyone.
In collaboration with the Rangers Charity Foundation, we will work across the club to champion diversity, encourage tolerance and understanding, and promote positive behaviour as part of this ambitious new strategy.
Rangers is for everyone and anyone and this campaign will send a clear message of zero tolerance to all forms of discrimination, on and off the pitch.
There is no place in football or society for homophobia, racism or sectarianism – this Everyone Anyone campaign will promote the positive aspects of the fanbase and attempt to educate those who indulge in such behaviour.