Ipswich Town marked the start of anti-bullying week with players and staff proudly wearing odd socks during their training session.
Anti-bullying week takes place from 15-19 November, coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance
Odd Socks Day is designed to be a fun opportunity to encourage us all to express our own unique individualities. Ipswich Town U18s and off-field staff also took part in Odd Socks Day to show their support.
"It’s very important to show our support," Town’s captain, Sam Morsy, told the Club website.
"We are an inclusive football club, who have a zero-tolerance policy towards bullying of any shape or form.
"It was really enjoyable to see all of the lads wearing odd socks, it got us speaking about the cause, and that’s what it’s all about - raising awareness."
Dave Palmer, PFA Community Liaison Executive said: “It’s great to see many of our members showing support and raising awareness for such a worthy cause this week in association with the Anti-Bullying Alliance, with the players involvement helping to get the message and information out there in relation to appropriate support and advice for both children and families."