Premier League clubs, players, and fans across England came together to send messages and gestures of support for Ukraine Saturday.
Banners, cards, pennants and TV screens in the blue and yellow halves of the Ukrainian flag proclaiming ‘Football Stands Together’ were displayed at multiple Premier League football games.
Leicester’s King Power Stadium was one of many clubs to donate collections made to aid victims of the conflict.
Southampton Football Club was another in joining support for the country.
More images and messages across the league were widespread.
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