Dundee Stars ice hockey team will play in special pink jerseys against Belfast Giants this weekend to raise money for a breast cancer charity.
The team will host its first “Pink the Rink” night at Dundee Ice Arena on Sunday, in aid of Breast Cancer Care.
The charity provides information on living with the disease and campaigns for improvement in the standards of support and care.
Fans are also encouraged to wear pink and there will be donation buckets going around on the night.
Volunteers from the charity will hand out merchandise, as well as leaflets, and will be available for spectators to speak to.
At the end of the first period, fans will be able to bid for the limited edition jerseys, with the money being split between the Stars in the Community initiative and Breast Cancer Care.
Dundee Stars’ commercial manager Elliot Shaw said: “We are really excited to be doing this for the first time.
“We are hoping to raise a considerable amount – there should be a good crowd.”
Tickets are still available for Sunday’s match that faces-off at 5pm. Doors open at 4pm.