Charlton and its Community Trust will host the club's annual Football v Homophobia games this weekend.
The matches are being put on in partnership with the Proud Valiants, the club’s LGBTQI+ supporters’ group, Charlton Invicta, the club’s affiliated LGBTQ+ inclusive team, and club partner the University of Greenwich.
Charlton's annual Football v Homophobia matchday, which sees the club and its partners stand together to promote equality, first took place in 2017.
This year’s themed matchdays will take place around the men’s first-team fixture against Derby County at The Valley on Saturday and women’s first-team game against Lewes at The Oakwood on Sunday.
Players warming up in Football v Homophobia shirts
Football v Homophobia-related content across the club’s matchday channels, with rainbow corner flags
The Pink Singers, a London-based LGBT+ community choir, to perform ahead of kick-off of the men’s first-team game
Pre and post-match activity with the Proud Valiants, Charlton Invicta and the University of Greenwich
Opportunity to win rainbow laces
Charlton’s Fan Experience Manager Lisa Squires said: "Our Football v Homophobia themed matchdays have been running at Charlton for years. The matchdays are always a great event and highlights how important equality, diversity and inclusion is to us as a club, our fans and our partners."