FC Eaglehawk is the first soccer club to join the SockIt2MND campaign.
The Borough will wear the special FightMND socks this Sunday when the club hosts Shepparton FC in the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League.
SockIt2MND Round is generally associated with Aussie Rules teams around Australia, but this Sunday the Borough will swap its traditional navy blue socks for the FightMND light blue socks.
Motor Neurone Disease has touched the family of FC Eaglehawk's Tremora Howells and it was her idea to have the club support the campaign.
"My father and my aunty suffered from MND and this is something I've wanted to do for a couple of years,'' Tremora said.
Tremora's son Brent Howells-Watson, 16, plays for FC Eaglehawk under-16s and is a budding referee.
The referees for Sunday's games will also wear the FightMND socks.
"As a club we're really happy to support such a wonderful cause,'' FC Eaglehawk president Ben Pengelly said.
The division one, division two, women's and youth teams will all wear the socks.
Meanwhile, Moama-Echuca Border Raiders have the opportunity to jump to top spot on the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League division one ladder on Sunday.
With championship favourites Strathdale having the bye this weekend, the Raiders can move three points clear on top if they score a home win over Golden City - albeit they'll have played two games more than the Blues.
After not playing for the best part of a month, Eaglehawk returns to action at home against Shepparton. A Borough win would move it within one point of Strathdale.
The most intrigiung game of the round is in Shepparton where Shepparton South hosts Tatura. Shepparton South is in fourth place - two points clear of Tatura - but Tatura has a game in hand.
The final game in division one is at Strathfieldsaye where Colts United has the chance to move into the top eight if it defeats La Trobe University.
Women's championship leader Shepparton United has the bye, leaving Colts, Eaglehawk and Shepparton South with the opportunity to cut the lead to just three points.
Of those three teams, Colts has the toughest test against sixth-placed La Trobe University. Eaglehawk and Strathdale should outclass Shepparton and Spring Gully respectively.
In other women's championship games, Epsom hosts Swan Hill, Shepparton South is at home to Tatura and Golden City travels to Moama-Echuca.
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