Posted on: Sun 19 Sep 2010

Chelsea utterly condemns anti-Semitic behaviour and operates a zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of discrimination, as shown by the new Building Bridges campaign aimed at eradicating prejudice from Stamford Bridge.

We are proud of our record in tackling racism and discrimination, and you can play your part.

A number of people have been banned from Stamford Bridge and prosecuted, and Chelsea will not hesitate to do so again if there is sufficient evidence. The technology involved in identifying culprits is continually improving, as seen with the new CCTV system at the stadium this season.

However, supporters also play an important part in the fight against discrimination. If you witness such behaviour during a game, please send a text message to 07894 93 77 93 with the stand, row, seat number and description of the offender and incident.

Alternatively, you can phone 0207 915 1919 and all information will be treated in the strictest confidence.