Rovers will line up in all black this weekend when Gary McSheffrey’s side host Wigan Athletic at the Eco-Power Stadium.
The blackout kit was launched in November in conjunction with mental health charity CALM and front of shirt sponsors LNER and was used to highlight the message that mental health struggles aren’t always visible.
Rovers joined up with local musicians from DN One Live who hosted a concert in September 2021 in aid of CALM which remembered musician James Miller who sadly took his own life during lockdown. James was the grandson of former Rovers player David “Dusty” Miller and was well loved across the town.
This Saturday, Rovers will be putting mental health at the forefront of the matchday and remember, if you need support CALM are here for you.