Maidenhead United Football Club has joined forces with the Royal Borough and The Dash Charity in a campaign video aimed at tackling violence against women.

'Let's call it out to kick it out' is part of a White Ribbon campaign, coinciding with the World Cup.

The campaign calls on all men to unite to tackle male abuse, harassment and violence towards women and girls by making the 'White Ribbon Promise' to never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence.

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In the video, which was released on White Ribbon Day, today (November 25), footballers say: "Cat-calling, sexist comments - we've all seen men behave like this towards women and girls.

"If this behaviour goes unchallenged, where does this lead to?"