The Western Sydney Wanderers will continue their Harmony Day celebrations at next Saturday's clash against Melbourne City at ANZ Stadium.
Harmony Day is traditionally celebrated on the 21st of March each year and is designed to promote equality and cultural significance for all Australians through story-telling, the arts, and sport.
The Wanderers will be out at a number of community events over the next two weeks promoting inclusivity and multiculturalism in the lead-up to their match with it all kicking off at the Multicultural Fustal Series this Sunday.
The Red & Black have also continued their pilot program of delivering membership packs to new migrants in the Western Sydney region in an effrot to promote inclusivity and unity.
The membership on offer gives the groups, made up of new arrivals and migrants across Western Sydney, access to Wanderers matches and also includes a membership hat, scarf and free train travel to and from the matches.
The program aims to support the large number of new arrivals settling in Western Sydney's heartland.
The Red & Black will kick off Saturday's night's fixture with a smoke ceremony and didgeridoo performance for the players walk out.
The Wanderers will also have a number of community groups at their match against Melbourne City as well as flags from the backgrounds of each Western Sydney Wanderers Hyundai A-League, Westfield W-League and Foxtel Y-League squad being waved as the players walk-out.
Following the match, the Wanderers will be back out in the community wrapping up their Harmony Day celebrations with events at RunWest as well as Lurneah Public School, Cabramatta East Public School, and Doonside Technology High.