With the 2019/20 Premier League matches having resumed behind closed doors from Wednesday 17 June, here is a guide to what fans watching at home can look out for in the opening Matchweek.
As a show of recognition for the incredible work of National Health Service workers during the COVID-19 crisis in the UK, an NHS badge will feature on the shirts of players and match officials for the rest of the 2019/20 season.
Before each of the opening 12 matches of the Premier League a moment’s silence will be held to recognise those whose lives have been affected by COVID-19.
Also for the first 12 matches of the resumed campaign, all player names on the back of shirts will be replaced by "Black Lives Matter" in support of a request by players from all 20 clubs.
A "Black Lives Matter" sleeve patch will also feature on shirts for the rest of the season.
The Premier League will also support players who "take a knee" before or during matches and will restate its No Room For Racism messaging on LED boards and in communications.
To reflect how the League, clubs, fans and players have come together to support the NHS, their communities and society as a whole during the pandemic, "We Are One Team" will feature on a patch on the match balls and on Premier League branding in stadiums.
Introduction: Your essential guide to Premier League behind closed doors
Part 1: BCD guide: Before the match
Part 2: BCD guide: During the match
Part 3: BCD guide: After the match
Part 4: BCD guide: What will be different on TV?