Everyone joined in at White Hart Lane - management, players and fans alike - as we dedicated the Premier League encounter to help back the campaign.
Andre Villas-Boas and his coaching staff wore 'One Game, One Community' badges and the players from both teams warmed-up in t-shirts with the campaign's logo.
Campaign badges and stickers were all around the stadium, worn by stewards, ballboys and ballgirls, mascots and Kick It Out's mascot 'KIO' helped Chirpy give away the stickers to fans.
We also advertised the campaign on our website, official matchday programme, on the LED boards around the perimeter of the pitch and the stadium's Jumbotrons.
Over the coming weeks, there are a range of exciting free events being held for football fans to participate in such as the Kick It Out Cup, a tournament launched in conjunction with Powerleague, which scours the country for the best five-a-side team in the land.
Other highlights include a panel debate on the rise of social media in football taking place in London, and an education event on anti-Semitism in football, held in Manchester.
For a full list of events and further information on the weeks of action and how you can get involved, please visit www.kickitout.org or contact the campaign directly via firstname.lastname@example.org.