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  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign HRH The Duke of Cambridge was in London last week to launch the Heads Up Weekends campaign, to highlight the importance of talking about mental health issues
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign At the launch in London, participants who have been supported by mental health programmes run by Premier League clubs were able to tell their stories
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign As well as meeting players, managers and participants, the Duke also got involved in a table football competition
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign Ledley King, Scott McTominay and Tony Adams also showed their table football skills
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign As part of the campaign, the Premier League and the wider football family are dedicating matches to the Heads Up campaign
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign Every football team from across the Premier League, EFL, The National League, The Barclays FA Women's Super League, The FA Women's Championship and The FA Women's National League are getting involved
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign Players showed their backing for Heads Up by wearing specially designed warm-up T-shirts
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign Referees and their assistants will be wearing Heads Up badges over the two weekends of Matchweek 26
  • League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign
    League backs Heads Up Weekends campaign For their Matchweek 26 fixtures, Premier League club shirts replaced the PL badge on sleeves with that of Heads Up to raise awareness of the campaign