Is anyone of you interested in the intersections of soccer, fan culture and politics? Based on my previous soccer experiences, I would say that the stadium is to some extent a mirror of the society. The same social phenomena like , for example, various forms of discrimination that exist outside the stadium exist inside the stadium, too. For that reason, I even more appreciate that the following is so explicitly stated in the mission statement of the Third Rail: "We stand together as a testament to the melting pot culture of New York City, its many voices singing together. The Third Rail accepts all people regardless of race, age, gender, creed or sexual orientation." In my opinion, creating a place in the stadium where everyone feels welcomed and comfortable unfortunateley is quite challenging. Do you share my concerns? Or do you have completely different opinions on this issue? Do you have ideas how the mission statement could be "translated" into our actions and behaviour inside the stadium? Should it be one of our aims - of course, besides giving 120% in supporting our team - to express diversity and tolerance in the stadium, e.g. by showing flags, banners, etc?