Brighton & Hove Albion are supporting the White Ribbon Campaign, aimed at ending violence against women and girls.
It is estimated that nearly three million females experience violence and serious assaults every year in the UK.
The club will today commit, to never to condone or remain silent about men's violence against women, when the club's chief executive, Paul Barber signs a White Ribbon pledge in the boardroom ahead of the match against Fulham.
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Albion supporter Fabia Bates, a director of Survivors Network, a major supporter of the campaign told seagulls.co.uk, "We are delighted that the Albion are leading the way and saying 'there is no excuse for violence against women'.
"Their commitment to this campaign can both raise awareness of the issues and help change attitudes."
To find out more information about the White Ribbon Campaign or the Survivors Network, visit www.whiteribboncampaign.co.uk or www.survivorsnetwork.org.uk.