Lazio will wear special shirts during tonight’s Serie A match against Udinese  with the slogan: ‘No racism.’
The Lega Calcio gave permission for the club to change its jersey to use a social services message at the Stadio Olimpico.
It is particularly important for President Claudio Lotito and the club to drum home the slogan after a series of ugly incidents.
Lazio were fined for racist chanting during the first leg of their Europa League meeting with Tottenham, while anti-Semitic chants and banners were spotted in the second match.
A group of Spurs fans were also attacked by hooligans in an anti-Semitic attack in a bar in Rome, although so far no Lazio ultras have been arrested.
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