Saturday's match supporting the work of Kick It Out.Saturday's game against Southend United is dedicated to the work of Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation.
Activities have taken place throughout the football pyramid over the season as the organisation continues to strive to create and ensure a welcoming and comfortable environment for all.
Help Latics to promote the message of equality and inclusion by ensuring that DW Stadium remains free from all forms of discrimination. If you are a victim of, or witness any discrimination whilst at DW Stadium please contact your nearest steward or report this confidentially to Kick It Out on 0800 169 9414 or through Kick It Out’s free app which is available on the App Store or Google Play.
You can now also use the club's dedicated reporting line as part of the TOGETHER programme, which will be officially launched at Saturday's match.
Ahead of the match, manager Gary Caldwell said:
"We have dedicated today’s fixture against Southed to supporting the work of Kick It Out. For over 20 years, Kick It Out has played a vital role in ensuring that everyone, regardless of background is welcomed into the community of football.
"Their message of equality is extremely important to us, and this is why we’re supporting Kick It Out today and encouraging all supporters to download their free app to eradicate all forms of discrimination from the game."
Captain Craig Morgan also said:
"Our match sees the club recognise the work of Kick It Out, football’s equality organisation.
"As a squad, we all support the work Kick It Out are doing throughout all levels of the game. Discrimination has no place in football, and if we can do anything as a squad to share that message, we’re more than happy to do it."