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Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton helps front FIFA 21's No Room for Racism campaign

The British driver took part alongside the likes of boxer Anthony Joshua and model Winnie Harlow. All are pictured in the video game wearing the No Room For Racism uniform to help spread the message as far and wide as possible.

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Lewis Hamilton has continued his fight for equality in sport by helping to front FIFA 21's No Room For Racism campaign.

The 36-year-old appears in the video game wearing the campaign kit, all in a bid to help raise awareness of the organisation - and the work they are currently doing to try and fight racism in football.

The kit can be used by online players in Ultimate Team, and it is hoped the involvement of major British sport and music stars such as Hamilton, Anthony Joshua and Dua Lipa will help spread the message far and wide.

They, alongside former Premier League footballer Thierry Henry and model Winnie Harlow, have all been added to the EA game. Together they form a virtual team, one that is on the front line in the fight against racism.

Hamilton's tweet announcing his involvement with the campaign can be found below.


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