Saturday saw the football club celebrate the annual #OneRovers day to promote inclusion, value diversity and end discrimination.
Ahead of kick off, the players wore #OneRovers t-shirts, and as they walked out on the pitch were escorted by fans who represented some of the groups making up our diverse community.
All involved at the club have the right to be treated with respect. The club recognises the role it plays in ensuring players, officials, staff, fans, customers, members of the community, partners and other stakeholders value and encourage diversity, promote inclusion and end discrimination.
Our community comprises many different people and the club wants the fans to reflect the community. The club interacts with many diverse groups through social activities, partnerships and projects undertaken by the award-winning Blackburn Rovers Community Trust.
The club and trust work together to promote our message to all. For more reaction to the annual #OneRovers Day then head over to our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Together, we are #OneRovers!