Derby County say they've made a collective decision to no longer take a knee before matches to highlight racial discrimination.
The Championship club believe the symbolic gesture is "not enough" and that more needs to be done to tackle the issue.
"It has been decided, as a collective group, to no longer take a knee," Derby announced in a statement.
"This decision has been made because the symbolic gesture of taking a knee is not enough; more needs to be done and we are committed to playing an important role in this.
"Derby County is proud to continue its work with many fantastic organisations and individuals, both nationally and in the local community, to strive for equality and diversity in not just football but society.
"We will support the fight against all forms of discrimination by delivering the unified message of standing together as one.
"No longer taking a knee does not change the club's stance on all forms of discrimination. It will not be tolerated at Derby County; this is categorically clear.
"The club will, wholeheartedly, support players and staff at other clubs that still want to take a knee before games involving Derby County. We are all in this together."