Date: 16th December 2018
Scottish Football must be inclusive
Over the past month or so, there has been a significant spotlight on fan behaviour in Scotland and England. We believe that fans have rights and that they also have responsibilities to uphold the good name of the club they love and football in general. We know that the vast majority of supporters just want to watch football without having to try and defend the indefensible. In simple terms, there is no place for racism, sectarianism or homophobia at any of our grounds. We love rivalries between clubs and the unique loyalty that supporting a club involves. However, there is no excuse for taking these rivalries and using them as an excuse for abusing other fans, players or match officials. The SFSA will continue to work with everyone involved with the game to educate participants and encourage genuine sporting behaviour.
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