English football announces social media boycott from April 30 - Voice Online THE FA, Premier League, EFL, FA WSL, FA Women’s Championship, Kick It Out, Women in Football will unite for a social media boycott Thierry Henry says 'stop the hate now' as Mirror calls for end to online abuseEXCLUSIVE: Top names from the world of sport, including Thierry Henry and Gareth Southgate, back the Mirror’s call for firms to take tougher action against those behind online abuse English soccer clubs to stage social media boycott in racism protestThe planned three-day blackout comes as players continue to be targeted by anonymous racist abuse from fans online. English football clubs to stage social media boycott in racism protestLiverpool captain Jordan Henderson recently said he would be prepared to follow Arsenal and France great Thierry Henry in abandoning all online activity as a protest against racist behaviour. UK professional football to boycott social media over online racismEleven UK football organizations will take part in the four-day boycott over what they see as a lack of action taken on online racial abuse. English leagues announce social media boycott in stand against online racismEngland's football authorities have joined forces to announce a social media boycott next weekend in response to continued online racist abuse of players. Footballers to boycott social media in mass protest over racist abuseProfessionals from top English leagues will log off Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the whole of next weekend’s fixtures English football announces total social media boycott in response to online abuseFrom 3pm on Friday 30 April to 11.59pm on Monday 3 May, clubs will switch off their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.