Premier League players take action against racism before the game.
Instead, they make the gesture before certain rounds of matches, including Boxing Day matches and cup finals.
Top notch clubs take a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and they become popular after the death of George Floyd for the United States in May 2020.
Premier League captains say they are making the decision after consulting with the players.
Players and staff are also getting fit on their knees ahead of the first and final games of the 2022-23 season.
The same goes for special No Room for Racism match rounds in October and March.
The gesture is happun ahead of the Community Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City last Saturday.
Why are you moving?
Captains and players say they believe, say “less is more” – they hope they will make a bigger impact if they get down on their knees and go for it.
“We don’t choose to pick key moments to take a knee during the season to highlight our unity against all forms of racism…
“… and in doing so we continue to show solidarity for a common cause,” dis na wet said in a joint statement from Premier League captains tok.
“We remain committed to racial prejudice and are committed to an inclusive society with respect and equal opportunities for all.”
However, Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha, who is set to leave for February 2021, said tok dat time: “At the moment it doesn’t matter if we kneel or stand, some of us are still being verbally abused”.
Several Championship clubs including Derby, Brentford, Bournemouth and Queens Park Rangers also stop taking a knee around the dat time.
Swansea City and Bristol City also recently announced they will halt the action.
“We met with the captains last week who are still fully committed to the issue,” Premier League chief executive Richard Masters told BBC Sport on Tuesday.
“For the past two years, the squat has been part of the pre-game ritual.
“Players are worried they’re losing power and momentum and we’re looking at how it takes place in a different format.” Oga Richard tok.
Take the knee story – how do I start?
Na an NFL player Colin Kaepernick was the first to inspire this gesture.
Colin Kaepernick decides to silently protest racial oppression before a game during the US national anthem in 2016.
E tok say I’m not fit to show pride for the flag of a kontri wey suppress black pipo.
The anti-racist remarks have since become a prominent symbol in sport and at protests.
It’s also becoming a feature of Black Lives Matter protests, including those that follow in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
The practice of taking football to its knees for 2020 for the sake of killing George Floyd for the US.
A number of teams also kneel before some or all slide games during the Euro 2020 competition including Scotland, Wales, Belgium, Portugal and Switzerland.
For 2021, England players kneel during one of the Nations League matches against Hungary to protest racial prejudice.