From 24 April to 1 May, football clubs across the country will be backing the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children's (NSPCC) 'Soccer Saving the Number Week' - a campaign designed to remind fans that the organisation's Helpline is not just for children.
Every year, the NSPCC fights to protect children across the UK and, through their 0808 800 5000 Helpline number, offer both children and adults the chance to anonymously discuss a child's safety or welfare and receive confidential advice.
And during the week of action, players and fans will be encouraged to save the 24 hour a day, 365 days a year Helpline number in their phones.
Supporting clubs will also show a short film, hold a photo shoot and publicise the Helpline campaign on their website in order to build awareness and generate funds for the NSPCC.
"Children and young people are an important part of the football community, therefore we are delighted that The Football League are supporting the NSPCC Save the Number Campaign," said NSPCC Development Manager, Rebecca Taylor.
"We would urge everyone to save the NSPCC Helpline number in their phone: 0808 800 5000. One call might be all it takes to help keep a child safe from harm."
There is also a chance to win two tickets for 'A Question of Sport' and go to one of their live tour shows, courtesy of the NSPCC Helpline.
By entering the competition you will also be helping to raise funds to help the NSPCC Helpline continue to answer calls to protect children.
To show your support for the NSPCC and for your chance to win, just text NSPCC to 83138 (Texts cost £1.50. At least 92p goes towards the NSPCC's work).