Everton will show its continued support for the Premier League's No Room For Racism campaign at Saturday's home game against West Ham United.
All football supporters are being reminded of the message that there is no place for discrimination in any area of the game and a video message from Blues captain Seamus Coleman will be played on the big screens this weekend as part of a two-week campaign to remind match-attending fans how they can report incidents of racism and abuse.
The Premier League’s No Room for Racism campaign demonstrates the League's continued commitment to equality and diversity as they work with all 20 clubs, fans, the FA, EFL, PFA, Kick It Out and the police to tackle discrimination.
Everyone attending or taking part in a football match has the right to feel safe, valued and included and we encourage supporters to continue to play their part in this.
If you witness racist or other discriminatory behaviour at a match or around a stadium, please report it to the police or a steward.
Supporters at Goodison Park can also text HELP plus details of what they have witnessed and where to 60030.
Premier League interim chief executive Richard Masters said: "Our fans share the belief that racism has no place in football or wider society, but discrimination still exists among a minority. We will not tolerate racism in any form and urge anybody who witnesses racist behaviour to report it.
"Tackling discrimination is a priority and we carry out a wide range of work in this area throughout the year. Education is crucial and our clubs run fantastic community programmes focused on informing thousands of children and young people about the importance of equality and inclusion. Off the pitch, we continue to review and improve reporting and sanctioning processes for offenders. And within the game we are committed to creating more pathways for black coaches.
"Premier League football brings together fans and players from all backgrounds for matches which are watched around the world. We are open to everyone and welcome all the supporters who bring passion, emotion and rivalry to create a positive matchday atmosphere, but we want to make it clear - there is no room for racism."
Ongoing work includes reviewing how offenders are identified, investigated and sanctioned. Education also takes place through rehabilitation programmes. Senior stewards have been trained in evidence-gathering at matches through the use of technology - such as increased CCTV coverage at grounds and bodycams - to inhibit offending behaviour and aid the identification of offenders. The Premier League is also developing additional training for stewards to ensure they are empowered and equipped to deal with discrimination at matches.
Football, meanwhile, is putting pressure on social media companies to tackle the issue of racism on their platforms. In addition, the League is working with its BAME Participants' Advisory Group to ensure the views of BAME players and coaches are heard and to help inform ongoing work.
At Everton's previous home game against Manchester City, a fan-funded banner showing support for Moise Kean, a victim of racist abuse while playing in Italy, was unfurled for the first time in the Howard Kendall Gwladys Street End.
For more information about reporting incidents of racism at Premier League football matches, head to premierleague.com/reportracism.