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          Football is the most popular sport in the world. There aren’t many types of conversation that can argue with this message. But football isn’t just a type of sport. Football is all about culture, religions and spiritual anchor. People believes in them they bleed in the color of their club’s color. Kids around the world desire and want to be a footballer and give back to the community. Football creates lives, build friendship and create opportunity and hope to the people. This article will show you how football can change the world. How football isn’t just and ordinary sport. How football is more than football.

Responsibility for Humans

In football, there are all genders. many peoples various skin tones So it’s not unusual for footballers to come out and show their signs against them. demanding fairness in the events of unfair people.

The Premier League says its Black Lives Matter campaign is not an endorsement of a political movement, but rather a statement that it is unacceptable to treat black people differently than anybody else. 

The Premier League stated in a statement that it is “conscious of the threat presented by organizations who seek to hijack popular causes to advance their political ideas.” 

“These activities are completely unacceptable and will be condemned,” it continued.

Following the tweets, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer told BBC Breakfast that it was a “sad” that the Black Lives Matter movement’s feeling was “becoming tied up with these organizational concerns,” and that the group’s desire to “defund the police” was “nonsense.” 

Following the killing in the United States of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, as a police officer knelt on his neck, the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked worldwide rallies against racism and police brutality. The Premier League has shown its solidarity, with players’ names replaced on the back of their shirts with ‘Black Lives Matter for the first 12 matches of the restarted season, and a Black Lives Matter badge will feature on all shirts for the rest of the campaign.

While ‘Black Lives Matter’ has been the rallying cry for the protests, Black Lives Matter is also a worldwide movement created in 2013 with a number of objectives, including advocating against white supremacy and police violence against black people. 

The Premier League said in a statement that it stands with players, clubs, and a diverse group of football organizations who had “came together in recent weeks to denounce racism and demonstrate solidarity for the message that black lives matter.” 

“Black Lives Matter” has evolved into a “statement of togetherness for people from various groups who feel it is unacceptable to treat black people differently than anybody else,” according to the league.

“In an unprecedented gesture, Premier League players from all 20 teams came together in support of this message, and the Premier League endorsed their request to have their names replaced with ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the back of their playing shirts,” the statement said. 

“The Premier League has pledged its support because we fully support the players’ singular goal of eliminating racial intolerance wherever it arises. And we are unwavering in our stance that racism has no place in our competition, football in general, or the broader community.”

“We do not advocate any political organization or movement, nor do we support any group that calls for violence or condones unlawful behavior,” the league said, adding that “professional football bodies and the players and management realize the importance of the message that black lives matter.” We are aware of the dangers posed by groups seeking to exploit popular causes and campaigns in order to promote their political agendas “These actions are completely unacceptable and are condemned by the Premier League and all other professional football bodies, highlighting the importance of our sport uniting to take a strong stand against prejudice. We want to send a good message that respects football’s ability to bring people together.”


Did you know that the money that world-class players earn isn’t just used to buy happiness for themselves and their families? They continue to contribute to society. There are many people from various nations in the football world. and many of them came from the wilderness Thus, in the field of football, there will be support from players to assist those who are more difficult. 

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Charity Work

Cristiano Ronaldo is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in soccer history. He is, however, one of the most well-known athletes in general. His physical abilities are scrutinized by fans of a variety of sports, as many regard them as “alien-like.” Despite being over six feet tall, he is still one of the world’s fastest soccer players. He has an outstanding scoring record and a career filled with iconic and revolutionary moments. However, Cristiano Ronaldo’s charitable work deserves to be recognized as well.

Most recently, he agreed to a pay cut for the months of March through June, which will cost him approximately €3.8 million. He has also donated nearly one million Euros to hospitals in Portugal to purchase beds, ventilators, fans, and infusion pumps. He has also suggested that his national team squad donate half of their Euro qualification bonuses to aid in the fight against the virus. 

One of his most notable efforts was the sale of one of his most important awards to fund a humanitarian effort. The Golden Boot, which is awarded to Europe’s top scorer at the end of each season, was auctioned off and raised more than one million Euros. The funds were used to build a number of schools in Gaza. He also did this with an award honoring the year’s best player. This money was donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. 

Overall, Cristiano Ronaldo’s charitable work continues to have an impact during the pandemic and can serve as an inspiration to a plethora of other public figures. His poverty background appears to have motivated the player to put in all of this effort, and it will undoubtedly inspire further philanthropic efforts.


  • Pantapat Siriwatana says:

    This is a well-written article! As a football fan myself, I agree with everything stated here. There had been so many occasions in the past where football has proven itself to be more than just a sport for entertainment but it could become something much bigger than that. One of those times was the case with Didier Drogba, former famous footballer who single-handedly stop the civil war in his country, Ivory Coast by using football as a solution. People may have different opinion but when it comes to football especially supporting your own country, people are willing to pause the conflict for a moment and enjoy the game together and that was also the case with Drogba as he asked both the government and the military to stop the war temporary and even have a friendly match in the area of the protestor side. It went smoothly and in the end, the civil war finally stopped. This is just one of the example showing that football is not just only a sport but it could be something much more beautiful and meaningful for everyone.

  • Helenna Sa-ngaunsattaya says:

    I agree with what you said that football is more than just a sport. It is much more than a game where you win or score a goal but it is also a relationship with the clubs and the fans. It is interesting that football can impact so many things as Football also raises awareness to people in many situations and inspires people in certain ways. I have no wonder why football is the most popular sport in the world. Despite race, cultural, or language differences football brings people to connect and sport the team and bring them joy.

  • Yathip Treetammarak says:

    After I read this article, Its made my perspective about football different now before for me football is just a sport that you played it for fun with you friend or play it because it is your career but after i read the article it made me see that football is not just a football it have something more than that.

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