One city, one club, one love - Zero racism
A banner at F.C. Copenhagen's home game with Esbjerg on Sunday read: "One city, one club, one love - zero racism".
In recent weeks, fans and clubs from around the world are marking the fact that football is a family for everyone – regardless of gender, nationality, orientation or skin colour.
The FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) organisation, together with UEFA, have organised #FootballPeople weeks around the world in October.
More than 2,000 activities Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa have helped raise awareness of racism and discrimination.
For many years, FARE has used these weeks to increase education and awareness around discrimination in football.
In addition, the fan group Rude Lions, in collaboration with FCK, invited 20 families from the Udresjsecenter Sjælsmark (an immigration and naturalisation centre in Hørsholm) to come and watch football and enjoy a small diversion from the difficulties of everyday life, waiting for clarification of their future.