Going Green, Saving the Planet, becoming an Eco Warrior - whatever you call it, we all have a duty to help protect the environment.
This weekend (9th /10th March) clubs in Surrey are being asked to support the charity Climate Week by making their game more sustainable.
This might mean car sharing to the game or preparing environmentally friendly food as a half-time or post-match snack.
Former England defender Gary Neville has expressed his support for the scheme, saying: "I encourage clubs, from players to ground staff, to plan their own Climate Week match. If every club can kick-off more sustainably then we can call time on football's environmental impact."
Tweet us your plans for the game to inspire other teams - as well as pictures of your Climate Week Match in action - and we'll re-tweet the most innovative entries!
Climate Week itself (4th-10th March) is Britain's biggest climate change campaign. It promotes ways that people can live and work more sustainably, with half a million people each year attending 3,000 events across the UK.
For more information, visit www.climateweek.com.