Supported by Kick It Out, Everycolour is a peer education initiative that celebrates all that is good in football, encouraging values that tackle discrimination.
This summer, Everycolour worked with four Manchester primary schools as they followed England at Euro 2016. The Everycolour choir launched the project in May, singing their England anthem "Dare To Dream" at Manchester City's Etihad Stadium.
The choir returned to Manchester City Women's Academy Stadium in June, singing the day before England's match against Iceland.
In between, pupils used their creativity to blog their views on a range of issues, from football to diversity.
The National Football Museum hosted the Everycolour Quiz, Clive Tyldesley judged the Commentating Competition and the schools competed in their own 7-a-side Tournament.
Two Everycolour bloggers had their interview with Manchester City and England midfielder Jill Scott published in First News, the national newspaper for primary schools.
Working with Kick It Out, Everycolour returns in 2017, keen to engage with more clubs and schools as they follow England at UEFA Women's Euro 2017 and dare to dream...