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Chelsea awarded prestigious King David Award by the European Jewish Association

Last week Chelsea Football Club was presented with the prestigious King David Award from the European Jewish Association (EJA). Chelsea Chairman Bruce Buck hosted a delegation from the EJA for the Juventus match, during which the award was presented.

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Chelsea hosts global conference on football’s role in combatting antisemitism

On Thursday 11 November, the Chelsea FC Foundation in partnership with the Jewish Community of Vienna (IKG), the Office of Lord Mann and the International Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA) co-hosted a one-day Global Conference on Football's Role in Combatting Antisemitism.

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Chelsea Foundation to host global conference to discuss football’s role in combatting antisemitism

On Thursday 11 November, the Chelsea FC Foundation in partnership with the Jewish Community of Vienna (IKG), the Office of Lord Mann and the International Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA) will be co-hosting a one-day Global Conference on Football's Role in Combatting Antisemitism.

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CHELSEA FOUNDATION HOST BREAKFAST EVENT TO DISCUSS THE RISE IN ANTISEMITISM

Following alarming reports suggesting that antisemitism has significantly risen in the UK and across Europe over the past months, the Chelsea Foundation brought together several policy area experts on the subject for a breakfast seminar at Stamford Bridge to discuss the current state of antisemitism and share best practice in combatting it. The seminar was chaired by Chelsea FC Chairman Bruce Buck, who also gave an introduction to the Club’s campaign against antisemitism.

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Chelsea FC Foundation and the ADL launch three-year partnership

Chelsea FC Foundation and ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) have announced a three-year partnership expanding their existing joint efforts to harness the power of sport to tackle discrimination and online abuse, as well as a renewed commitment from Chelsea to further provide financial support to the work of ADL. The partnership forms part of the club’s Say No to Antisemitism programme and is funded by club owner Roman Abramovich.

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Chelsea FC launch Say No to Antisemitism website

Chelsea Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the club’s ‘Say No to Antisemitism’ website, a brand-new platform for all the club’s updates, events and resources centred around our antisemitism campaign.

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Chelsea to mark Holocaust Memorial Day with matchday tribute

This year Chelsea Football Club will mark Wednesday's Holocaust Memorial Day at the home match against Wolverhampton Wanderers with a tribute commemorating the victims of the Holocaust.

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Chelsea FC launches exhibition about Jewish Athletes and the Holocaust

Chelsea Football Club, in partnership with Jewish News and renowned British Israeli street artist Solomon Souza, are today launching the exhibition 49 Flames - Jewish Athletes and the Holocaust.

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Remembering the British Jewish Women who served in the UK Forces during WW2

Chelsea Women’s Academy team were due to play a friendly match today with UK Armed Forces Women at Kingsmeadow to mark Remembrance Day 2020. Unfortunately, due to the implemented national lockdown, Chelsea made the decision to cancel the match, with the health and safety of participants remaining paramount to this decision.

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A Greater Goal: Chelsea Foundation present at the Ideas Festival 2020

This week, Chelsea Football Club and the Chelsea Foundation presented on the power of football to have a positive impact on global society, on and off the pitch, at the Ideas Festival 2020.

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Completed commemorative mural hangs proudly at Stamford Bridge

Visitors to Stamford Bridge for our London derby against Arsenal last week were not only treated to 90 minutes of pulsating Premier League action on the pitch, but also a sight of the completed commemorative mural hanging on the West Stand at the stadium.

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Commemorative mural unveiled at Stamford Bridge

Cesar Azpilicueta, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Anita Asante and Bruce Buck joined Chelsea fans and invited guests at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday for the unveiling of the commemorative mural of Jewish football players and British POWs, which has been painted by street artist Solomon Souza.