Norwich City Fans Social Club will host a Mental Health Awareness evening at Carrow Road on Thursday, September 21.
Footballers face many of the same problems off the pitch that fans do, including struggling with mental health issues that can surface during or after their playing careers.
Many fans will be aware that former City player Cedric Anselin has spoken out about his lengthy battle with depression over the years and is now a mental health ambassador for Norfolk.
He hopes that sharing his story will encourage others to seek help and take up the services on offer to manage their conditions and stay well.
Cedric will be talking about the issue with North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb at the event organised by the Norwich City Fans Social Club.
It's promises to be an engaging, interesting and insightful event, with mental health professionals and charities having also been invited to be part of the evening.
Entry for the event held at the Top of the City lounge at Carrow Road and which starts at 7pm is free, with the opportunity for those present to make a donation on the night to the Mind charity.