Blackburn Rovers are to set celebrate their annual #OneRovers Day in their game against Norwich City at Ewood Park.

The club said there will be a range of activities taking place in the lead up to the game to raise awareness of #OneRovers Day, with supporters groups, local organisations and women’s team and the Community Trust all involved.

As part of #OneRovers Day, the club will also be promoting Level Playing Field’s Unite for Access campaign.

Level Playing Field is a charity which works to remove the barriers when attending live sporting events, for disabled supporters.

Unite for Access, formerly known as ‘Weeks of Action’, is an annual national campaign that runs from Saturday, February 24, to Sunday, March 10, and aims to raise awareness and drive equality for a more inclusive, matchday experience for disabled sports fans.

In the lead up to kick-off, seven stalls will be set up in the Fanzone area, with Proud Rovers, Her Game Too, Rovers SAS, Blackburn Rovers Women, BRIDSC, Age UK and Deaf Village all in position to speak to supporters.

The first team squad will warm up in Unite for Access t-shirts, and will walk out for the start of the game wearing #OneRovers Against Discrimination t-shirts 

The Rainbow corner flags will be in use, and to mark LGBTQ+ History Month, the very first rainbow match ball will be used.

The rainbow matchday ball will be used at all EFL grounds this weekend.