Players, staff and supporters showed their support for ONEROVERS DAY at our game against Huddersfield Town last weekend.
The club launched its ONEROVERS campaign last October to promote inclusion, value diversity and remind everyone that football is for everyone and discrimination will not be tolerated at Ewood Park.
Ahead of kick-off, the Rovers players warmed up in branded t-shirts, whilst fans and representatives from the Community Trust showed their support for the Level Playing Field campaign by parading a banner around the pitch.
The Football League also presented Rovers with an award to mark the club’s achievement in meeting the Code of Practice Standards for Inclusion and Anti-discrimination, whilst it was a day to remember for season ticket holder
Ewan, who met Rovers stars Jason Steele and Matt Kilgallon as a special birthday treat. The 14-year-old has hearing loss in both ears, which has had a big impact on his speech, but coming to games at Ewood Park boosts his confidence and wellbeing – and he hasn’t stopped smiling since!