Anti-racist message to be read at Euro semis

Updated: 26 June 2008 16:06 IST

'United Against Racism' would the motto of the semifinals to be played in Vienna and Basel.

Vienna:

The Euro 2008 semi-final matches in Vienna and Basel will go under the motto "United Against Racism," the ruling body Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) announced Saturday at a press conference in Vienna.

The four participating team captains will read out a message calling for the peaceful coexistence of cultures as well as wearing anti-racism armbands.

There will also be fan choreography in Vienna's Ernst Happel stadium and in St Jakob-Park in Basle, highlighting the fight against racism.

UEFA has donated 500,000 Swiss francs ($482,000) in support of the campaign.

Topics : Football Bayern Munchen
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