The racism in sport is old, but still actual and disputed question.
Generally, a bulk of attention has been directed at the professional soccer fans whilst other studies have cited racism at the grass roots especially among the players, coaches and spectators.
On the part of the government, there is a presumption that sport promotes integration and social inclusion.
So, it is difficult to realize why people support the idea that these specifications can make us better than others.
In fact, there are no reasons and excuses for race discrimination. Racism is a world-wide problem for all civilizations, which is caused by people, who ignore the differentiation and specifications of various nations.
Nowadays, in our society, racism problems only increase. The reason why mankind is so influenced by racism issue is ignorance and lack of knowledge. The only differentiating thing is the color of skin. Certainly, there is no perfect solution to the racism problem. The only thing we can do is to limit its extent and expansion.
The best way is to be not indifferent and start being well-educated.There are many incidents, which show on discrimination towards colored people there as well.That is the issue that cannot be left without attention.It is experienced there in all forms, like verbal abuse, call-naming and even physical abuse.Students at school usually make friends with those of their race only, thinking bad of others, what seems to be not normal at all. All of us should be treated equally in all spheres of life regardless of the origin, nationality and skin.Unfortunately, even now, there are lots of people who find their race better then another, making the relationships unequal in all aspects.That’s the way the racism prospers in human civilization.It should however be noted that racism in sports in not only confined to Britain.Abuse of black and ethnic minority players has disfigured sports, football in particular, in most European countries including Germany, Spain, Belgium, France and Italy (Carrington & Mc Donald, 2008).Hence the perceived role of sports as observed by Carrington & Learnan (1982) during the early 1980’s is once again on the agenda as policy makers grapple with wider issues of racism, discrimination, social exclusion and inequalities.In Britain, discrimination and subsequent inequality has been around for quite a long time.