Chelsea have taken the fight against anti-semitism to the next level now. Roman himself has involvement in the matter and has welcomed everyone to the club to join him.
Writing in the programme, he said: “While people know us for our teams and our clubs on the pitch, sport is about far more than trophies. It is about ensuring our organisations play a positive role in all our communities.
“It has always been important to me to create a club that is welcoming to everyone – we actively celebrate our cultural and religious diversity.
“However, we are all too often reminded there is more to be done. The Holocaust was a crime without parallel in history.
“We must never forget such atrocities and must do our utmost to prevent this from ever happening again. And yet, around the world we are seeing a rise in instances of anti-Semitism.”
Calling for supporters to “join us in our battle against anti-Semitism”, Abramovich said: “I am grateful to Chelsea fans and everyone who has supported us on this journey.
“With your help, we have been able to take a leading role in this vital area of work and demonstrate to everybody that we are a club open to all.”