Premier League clubs are making phone calls to ensure their supporters know they are not alone.
As the public observe the Government's social-distancing measures and stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, people in vulnerable groups can become isolated.
With no-one to visit them, elderly people, or those with underlying health conditions who are particularly at risk from the virus, could feel increasingly lonely.
Here is what Premier League teams are doing to tackle isolation in their local communities.
Club reaching out to at-risk fans (Full story)
The club has been calling vulnerable supporters throughout the #COVID19 pandemic ☎️@SteveCook28 wanted to get involved. Here is his conversation with 89-year-old super-fan, Henry 🍪— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) March 27, 2020
It's absolutely lovely ❤️🖤#afcb 🍒 pic.twitter.com/CtakTATo69
Social inclusion staff in regular contact with vulnerable young people (Full story)
Staff and players to check in on elderly supporters by phone (Full story)
Clarets players pick up the phone to help keep spirits raised (Full story)
Ben Mee checks in (watch on Facebook)
Head of health and wellbeing explains how her team are helping seniors (watch on Twitter)
Former players helping club stay connected with older fans (Full story)
Everton's Blue Family reaches out to ex-players and managers (Full story)
Carlo Ancelotti calls isolated fan with motor neurone disease (Full story)
Duncan Ferguson surprises a mum who could not see her family on Mother's Day (watch on Twitter)
Mason Holgate discusses Blues legends with 92-year-old Evertonian (Full story)
Michael Keane shares dressing-room insight with supporter (Full story)
Seamus Coleman makes surprise call to army veteran (Full story)
Reds tackling social isolation through LFC Connect initiative (Full story)
Legend Bob Moncur combats loneliness with fan phone calls (Full story)
Hornets At Home: Your chance to help (Full story)
Wolves at Home launched to help community (Full story)