23 April ~ Philosophy Football are marking St George's day with the launch of the film "I am England" which celebrates the diversity of today's support for the national team. The venture is backed by Kick It Out, football's equality and inclusion campaign. The England fans featured in the film include those who have been to every World Cup since 1982, fans who have been to every away qualifier of the World Cup 2010 campaign, home England fans who go to Wembley, fans who follow England from the pub or from the sofa. Fans who play, fans who would be risking a heart attack if they tried. Fans who will be watching the World Cup in South Africa, fans who will be watching back home. Fans who can remember 1966, fans too young to remember 2006. Fans of clubs, fans who only watch England.

The "I am England" T-shirt, with free "We are England" poster, is available from Philosophy Football's website.

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