Following the launch of the EFL’s ‘Together Against Racism’ initiative, the club would like to remind supporters of how you can report any incidents of racism or discrimination at Deepdale.
At Preston North End, the club prides itself on providing an inclusive and family-friendly atmosphere, with a zero-tolerance policy to any kind of discrimination, abuse, foul and abusive language, or anti-social behaviour at Deepdale.
However, across the EFL every season there are hundreds of reports of discrimination across the game, and likely many more which go unrecorded.
As part of the EFL’s Together Against Racism campaign, and the club’s continued efforts to eradicate discrimination and abuse at Deepdale, Preston North End would like to remind supporters of how you can report this on a matchday.
If you are witness to, or subject of, any offensive, homophobic or discriminatory language or anti-social behaviour at Deepdale then please speak to your nearest steward.
Alternatively supporters can use the text service by texting ‘PNE’ to 66777 followed by your stand, row and seat number and also identify the location of the anti-social behaviour, being as precise as possible. For example, text “PNE I’m in the Alan Kelly Town End, row 10, seat 34. Male sitting directly in front of me shouting racist abuse,” to 66777.
The club will then make every effort to deal with the problem as quickly as possible and you will not be identified at any time.