An appeal has been launched for items which could help in the treatment of football fans suffering from dementia.
Dundee United Community Trust, along with the ArabTrust and the Football Memories team, are looking for relics from the golden days of the Scottish game.
The partners hope to fill a “Kopel Box” with items that will help trigger memories in people living with conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and early-onset dementia.
The Kopel Box takes its name from former United legend Frank Kopel, who died four years ago after living with dementia.
Football Memories already works with boxes containing items including an old football, old football boots, a replica vintage Scotland football shirt, a lion rampant flag and a tartan tammy hat.
Favourites such as the old-style rattle, carbolic soap and a jar of Bovril have also been collected.
Susan Batten, Arab Trust chairwoman, said: “Football Memories makes a great contribution to our community work and we would like to see more fans involved in shaping the contents of the Frank Kopel Box.”