More and more people are getting involved with the #FindAlice campaign as each day goes by without the talented Hanwell school girl being found.
Queen guitarist Brian May has tweeted his frustration at the fact that the 14-year-old singer Alice Gross is still missing.
On Saturday Brentford footballers donned yellow t-shirts as they played to show their support.
There has also been 3000 Brentford FC programmes printed for tonight's game (Tuesday September 16)with Norwich City, which all contain the #FindAlice advert to raise awareness.
Mark Devlin, Brentford FC Chief Executive, said: “At times like these the community pulls together and does all it can to help the family involved.
“Brentford FC is a very important part of the community in Brentford, Hanwell and Ealing and we wanted to do our bit.
“Leaflets were handed out on turnstiles and the players wore t-shirts with Alice’s face on.
“If one person who did not know about Alice now does as a result of what we did then it will have made a difference.
“Everyone at Brentford FC hopes there is good news coming soon.”
Bedfont and Feltham FC also wore #FindAlice t-shirts when they played Uxbridge at home in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup on Saturday.