Hibernian have swapped bottle green for pink to support Breast Cancer Care's Pink Fridays campaign.
Red-haired striker Eoin Doyle, who scored a stunning strike at Pittodrie on Saturday, and blond defender Ryan McGivern, who made his debut last weekend, sported a new hair colour to highlight the cause - shocking pink.
Hibs are teaming up with Breast Cancer Care to encourage people to turn their Fridays pink to support the charities Pink Fridays Campaign and help raise vital funds to support the 4,300 people who are diagnosed with breast cancer in Scotland each year.
The Pink Fridays campaign will help fund Breast Cancer Care's vital services such as the charity's helpline, information points in hospitals and face-to-face support services for people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
A Hibernian spokesperson said: "Hibernian are proud to support the Pink Fridays Campaign. Breast cancer can affect anyone, it's not selective and it doesn't just affect the person diagnosed. It affects whole families; husbands, wives, children, fathers, mothers and friends. By turning one day pink you can help Breast Cancer Care support people affected by breast cancer 365 days a year."
Hannah Weddell, Area Fundraiser for Breast Cancer Care Scotland added: "We're absolutely thrilled that Hibernian F.C. is supporting our Pink Fridays campaign! Pink Fridays is really easy to take part in, just organise a fun pink activity at work, school or home. Eat pink, work pink, party pink; anything goes as long as it's pink!"
To order your free Pink Fridays visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk/pinkfridays and quote Scotland or call 0870 164 9422.