Every Premier League stadium across the country will be awash with messages of support for the Ukraine this weekend.
In what has become the worst few days in modern history, football will stand united against the unprovoked aggression and invasion of the nation by Russia.
The Premier League has announced that clubs will be displaying messages of solidarity with the Ukraine during this weekend’s round of matches.
West Ham’s Andry Yarmolenko is of course among the player who has been deeply affected and is reported top have sent £75,000 towards his country’s resistance effort.
Now the League is ready to make its position clear and has release details of what fans can expect top see happening ahead of matches kicking off at the weekend.
An official statement read: “The Premier League and our clubs wholeheartedly reject Russia’s actions and will be showing support for the people of Ukraine at all matches this weekend.
“We call for peace and our thoughts are with all those who have been impacted.
“A show of solidarity for Ukraine will be visible at all Premier League matches from Saturday 5 to Monday 7 March. This follows the numerous ways in which clubs have already demonstrated their support.
“The 20 club captains will wear special armbands in Ukrainian colours and fans are encouraged to join players, managers, match officials and club staff in a moment of reflection and solidarity before kick-off at each game.
“Big screens at stadiums will display “Football Stands Together” against the backdrop of the blue and yellow colours of the Ukrainian flag. These words will also be shown on LED perimeter boards during matches.
This message of solidarity will also be visible to fans around the world across Premier League digital channels. Logos and profiles on those platforms will change to represent the colours of the Ukrainian flag, which will also be displayed across match broadcasts both in the UK and overseas.”