Saturday’s fixture at Turf Moor will be Burnley FC’s 'One Club for All' day of action.
Once again, we will be placing community, equality and inclusion at the heart of our matchday and reaffirming from the manager and the players the message that Burnley FC is one club for all.
Anchored in this, Burnley FC is urging fans to raise the roof and show the players that the whole town is behind their efforts to secure Premier League status next season.
To help supporters show their solidarity, there will be a special 'One Club for All' flag on every home seat in the stadium.
We ask you hold them high and proud above your heads as our lads take to the Turf against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 'One Club for All' fixture will also mark the 25th anniversary of Kick it Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation.
For the last quarter of a century, Kick it Out has been at the heart of the drive towards equality, inclusion and cohesion for everyone who plays, watches or works in football.
As part of the activities, in the lead up to Saturday, the club will be releasing a series of videos that highlight the ongoing inclusivity work its official charity, Burnley FC in the Community, is carrying out every day in our local area.
We are all Burnley FC. Let’s fill the Turf, raise the roof and get behind the lads.