Liverpool fans are set to thank Everton for their support to the families and victims of the Hillsborough disaster ahead of the Merseyside derby on Sunday.
Fans in the Kop will be asked to raise a card just before kick-off which will complete a mosaic that spells out 'THANKS'.
The idea came from Liverpool journalist Brian Reade, who writes for the Daily Mirror. Brian received the prestigious Cudlipp Award for Journalistic Excellence at the 2013 British Press Awards in recognition of leading the Mirror's Hillsborough campaign for justice.
LFC managing director Ian Ayre is supportive of the gesture.
"I want to take the opportunity to thank Bill Kenwright and Everton fans for their continued support for the families and victims of the Hillsborough disaster," said Ayre.
"It is the coming together of the families, supporters and the city that has made the huge breakthroughs of the last 12 months possible.
"Rivalry on the pitch and banter on the terraces are healthy things and are an important part of being a football supporter in this city. They are an important part of the derby atmosphere.
"However, it is the unity of both clubs and both sets of supporters when it's most needed that make our relationship so unique."
In preparation for the mosaic, the club is asking for volunteers to help lay the 12,390 cards on the Kop seats on Saturday at 10.30am.
If you would like to get involved, please email Andy on firstname.lastname@example.org.