Wrexham Police FC will play their next fixture in memory of former North Wales Police officer, Ryan Donaldson.
PC Donaldson, who had worked as part of the Wrexham Rural policing team since 2018, tragically died in December of last year.
The police side will take on Supporting Charities FC – a team comprised of celebrities and ex-professional footballers.
To be played on Sunday, 12 March, the friendly game will be hosted at The Hollingsworth Group Stadium in Broughton.
All proceeds from the match will be donated to the Police Treatment Centres charity, an organisation providing support to serving and retired officers who have experienced illness or injury.
With his side having raised over £1,000 for North Wales hospices from previous fixtures, Sgt Dave Smith hopes their charitable endeavours will continue in earnest.
He said: "First and foremost, this game is being arranged to honour the memory of PC Donaldson, who was highly respected and well-liked by his colleagues.
"We feel it's important to pay tribute to him and for us to remember that we've lost a member of the policing family.
"The fact that we've managed to raise important funds for local charities previously gives us the motivation to do it again for other good causes.
"Police Treatment Centres are a good example of that. They offer rehabilitation services for officers with physical injuries, but just as important is their Psychological Wellbeing programme, which offers support to those with stress-related conditions, anxiety and depression.
"We approached the Supporting Charities FC organisation and we were delighted that they've taken us up on our offer.
"It's a game we're all really looking forward to and I hope we get a good-sized crowd along on the day to show their support."
Kick-off for the game is scheduled for 4.30pm, with donations to be collected at the gates.
Anybody wishing to make an online donation can use the following JustGiving link: Wrexham Police FC is fundraising for The Police Treatment Centres (justgiving.com)