Coventry City and Sky Blues in the Community welcomed their partner club Coventry City Girls FC to Saturday’s game against Derby County.
Players and coaches enjoyed their day with the Sky Blues, taking part in a bucket collection pre-match supporting the fight against Breast Cancer.
Players and officials from the club also paraded the pitch at half-time, while players were also ball girls for the Sky Bet Championship fixture.
You can see photos from the day in the gallery above.
It is around 6 years since the partnership between the three organisations was officially launched, and has seen them work closely together, with Coventry City Girls FC proudly wearing the Sky Blues badge.
Coventry City Girls FC is an FA charter standard club, run by volunteers that work tirelessly to raise funds, manage teams and ensure all FA standards are met.
They were founded in 1995 and now have expanded to 14 teams ranging from Under-9 to Under-18 who play in the Coventry & Warwickshire league, and also an adult first-team who play in the West Midlands League.
Laina Tebbutt, who is chair of Coventry City Girls and Women FC, is now also a trustee of Sky Blues in the Community.
You can see more about CCGFC on their website www.covcitygirlsfc.co.uk