Among the teams sending participants will be Ajax, AS Roma, Chelsea, FC Copenhagen, Liverpool, Porto and Real Madrid,
Roman Abramovich would cover the costs of providing accommodation and the club has made all rooms available if required.
“Football has an unrivaled ability to do good in society, and we must harness this power to tackle all forms of discrimination in the stands and our communities."
The club commissioned a huge painting by British-Israeli street artist Solomon Souza, commemorating three prominent footballers who were sent to extermination camps
The mural was unveiled Wednesday on a wall outside of the West Stand at Stamford Bridge and is part of Chelsea’s Say No to Antisemitism campaign
Souza will be painting a commemorative mural of Jewish football players and British POWs who were sent to Nazi camps, to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27.
The latest initiative from club owner Roman Abramovich to combat antisemitism is a donation to the Imperial War Museum in London for a new Holocaust Gallery.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
Abramovich’s club partners with British Royal Air Force Museum to tell ‘untold stories’ of heroism.
During this stroll, the Chelsea Women experienced the cultural history firsthand, taking time to stop and speak to many locals to get a feel for their day-to-day lives.