QPR fans are being urged to take part in a campaign to support organ donation.
The Championship club is backing NHS Blood and Transplant’s Sign for Life, which began on February 27 and runs until March 13.
According to the NHS, there are 67 people waiting for a transplant in west London, while 26 people had their lives saved or transformed by an organ donor.
To mark the event a team of people were on hand at the Loftus Road match against Birmingham City on February 27 to answer questions fans may have about organ donation.
Sally Johnson, director of organ donation and transplantation at NHS Blood and Transplant, said: “Football inspires incredible passion and it is well known that our national game prompts great debate.
"With support from clubs and players we hope to spark some half-time conversations about something which could so easily touch any and all of our lives.
“We are thrilled that QPR has supported this campaign. It is brilliant that they have recognised how important it is to encourage their fans to think about organ donation and to join our life saving team to help make a real difference and potentially help to save and improve the lives of others.”
Andy Evans, QPR in the Community Trust CEO, said: “We are delighted to be supporting this campaign and helping to raise awareness.
"As a club we want to encourage our fans and their families to think about organ donation and how they could help save lives after their death.”
To join the NHS Organ Donor Register, visit the NHS Sign For Life website or call 0300 123 2323.