We celebrated 'Arsenal for Everyone' at Saturday's Premier League game against Hull City.
The campaign embraces the diversity of the Arsenal community, working to ensure that everybody connected with the club feels an equal sense of belonging – irrespective of race, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability or gender.
There was a special Arsenal Ladies presentation at half-time, to celebrate the playing career of recently retired club legend Kelly Smith.
Kelly was applauded onto the pitch by her Ladies team mates and the Emirates Stadium crowd, before being congratulated by Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick and long-time Ladies manager Vic Akers on her fantastic career.
Arsenal Ladies players were also at The Arsenal Hub – Home of Arsenal in the Community pre-match to get involved with a girls' football session.
Arsène Wenger met with representatives of Show Racism the Red Card before the game, to be officially inducted into the organisation's 'hall of fame'.
Members of Arsenal in the Community's disability progammes formed a guard of honour for the Arsenal and Hull teams to walk out for kick-off, with individuals from our programmes with Freedom from Torture and Elfrida Society also involved in the day.
Arsenal's players all showed their support for the Arsenal for Everyone campaign, warming up in AFE t-shirts pre-match
To find out more about Arsenal for Everyone, click here.