West Ham vice- Chairman Karren Brady has shared her pride at the Clubs recognition by the Premier League.
Our Hammers have been rewarded for our ongoing dedication and commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), and for the second time have been given the award by the football body.
“It is fantastic for the Club and all of our incredible staff, that three years on from being one of the first Clubs to be awarded the PLEDIS for our work in equality, diversity and inclusion, we’ve once again received the Premier League’s highest possible accolade,” said Brady in a statement on the club’s Official Website.
“It was an immense source of pride when we first received the award, but in many ways today’s honour is an even greater achievement, as it shows that we didn’t stand still, but instead we worked even harder to keep improving and challenging ourselves.
“Throughout our long and illustrious history in East London, there is so much for us to be proud of as a Club, and our continued success as an equity leader only serves to drive us to even greater heights.”
The West Ham Way congratulates the Club for the efforts made and for being recognised with the honour.