St Patrick's Athletic have teamed up with mental health charity Pieta House in a partnership that will see the Inchicore club wear the charity's logo and phone number on their home and away shirts for the remainder of the 2017 season.
Pieta House will also provide counselling and lifestyle workshops to all of the club's sides including the under-15, under-17 and under-19s.
"All at St Patrick's Athletic hope that this partnership between Pieta House and ourselves will serve to further the tremendous work Pieta House does in both our local community and nationally," said club chairman Garrett Kelleher.
Pieta House CEO Brian J. Higgins hopes that the partnership will help raise awareness surrounding issues of mental health.
"Partnerships of this kind are essential to raise awareness of suicide and self-harm in our communities, and to make our vision - a world where suicide, self-harm, and stigma have been replaced by hope, self-care and acceptance - a reality.
"It is so important to have male role models promoting wellness - physical, mental, and emotional - and challenging accepted masculine norms that place so much pressure on our men.
"In football, teamwork is everything, and the strength of the team is in its support of each individual. These jerseys illustrate how that support carries on off the pitch, and have the potential to bring some very important conversations out into the open."
The club plan to mark the link up at their game against Bray Wanderers at Richmond Park this Friday night.