The world is on fire, but football, when done the right way, has the opportunity to set an example our leaders cannot, it is up to us as fans to support that, journalist Jen Offord writes.
The game on Monday night had to be stopped twice because of racist abuse aimed at the England players.
Boris Johnson and England Captain Harry Kane have called for stronger punishments following the shocking match against Bulgaria.
We owe a great deal to the performance of our current England and Scotland squads. They are achieving more than our men's teams could muster over two decades. Thursdays match is not just a momentous night for our Lionesses. It's a significant landmark in football.
Why aren't women moving up the regular talent pipeline, and instead falling behind their male counterparts? Unless business leaders and employees alike begin to ask these questions, and really listen and engage with the discussions, we will not be able to foster change or pose solutions which tackle the real causes of this inequality.
In what has already been possibly the most entertaining Euros to date the competition has already brought us a shed load of hilarious moments. In conclusion of the group stages here are my Top 5 moments from the 2016 Uefa European Championships so far...
But hundreds are rallying against the diktat.
But some chose to fight back and flout the plea by UEFA. That included the BBC's official 'Match of the Day' account, which
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