Players from Scotland and Botswana have been amongst the first teams to have taken a clear stance against racism.
"Huge steps have been made towards eradicating racism from the game in this country; we must not however become complacent as there is always more work to do and we must continue to support the good work of the campaign".
"The players' union have been supporters of the campaign since its inception when Tony Higgins was one of the main driving forces in the formation of the Scottish arm".
"Since then, 'Show Racism the Red Card' has become a model for anti-racist campaigns in football throughout the world. Our members have been strong in their support over the years and will once again get fully behind the message that racism and other forms of discrimination are not acceptable within Scottish football".
Fraser Wishart, PFA Chief Executive:
The world players’ union, Fifpro have provided “Show Racism the Red Card” cards in a number of different languages to promote an anti-racism message.
Show Racism the Red Card (Scotland) will continue to work with PFA Scotland and Fifpro to eradicate racism from football in Scotland.
Show Racism the Red Card (Scotland) held another hugely successful Fortnight of Action where all SPFL teams, SWPL, SWFL and SJFA teams showed they backed the campaign by joining in holding anti-racism actions at their games over one weekend in October. The support of the clubs at this time sends a clear message to fans that racism will not be tolerated on the pitch or in the stands.
As their contribution to the Fortnight of Action the Scotland squad held a Show Racism the Red Card photo shoot with the Fifpro red cards.