Football: The Football Association said today they have approved proposals to sanction clubs for failing to deal with racism by players, coaches or fans as part of the sport's anti-discrimination drive.
Players and coaches arriving from abroad will have to undergo induction lessons to make them aware of the "British cultural environment."
And the FA said they will strive for at least 10 per cent of referees and level one coaches coming from ethnic minority backgrounds.
The plan, which will now be submitted to the government, is in response to David Cameron's demand for action after the Luis Suarez and John Terry racial abuse cases.
It has been agreed by the FA, Premier League, Football League, Professional Footballers Association and League Managers Association.
FA chairman David Bernstein said: "This is a commitment on behalf of English football to ensure the game is inclusive and free of discrimination.
"Only by the sum of all our parts working together will we affect further and greater change. I believe this action plan states our collective commitment and lays out clearly the individual actions to move forward this vital agenda."