Chelsea Football Club Chairman, Bruce Buck, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the rising value of sports and Chelsea Football Club’s work with MLS in the U.S. The team also launched its “Say No To Antisemitism campaign” in an effort to raise awareness of and educate their players, staff, fans and the wider community about antisemitism in soccer. Chelsea will play the New England Revolution in a charity match titled "Final Whistle on Hate" on May 15 in Foxborough, MA. The owners of the teams are donating $1M each and all game proceeds will go towards raising funds for projects promoting equality and tolerance.
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