Rayo Vallecano have unveiled their new kits for the 2015/16 season, attracting praise for two designs that recognise several different charitable causes and the 'unsung heroes of society'.
The Spanish outfit, who finished 12th in La Liga last term, will don an away strip manufactured by Kelme featuring a striking seven-colour rainbow sash in support of AIDS sufferers, those who fight for the environment, the reintegration of people with disabilities and those who never lose hope.
Those fighting against child abuse, those who struggle against gender violence and those that are battling against discrimination based on sexual orientation are also included.
€7 (£4.90) from the sale of each shirt will be donated to those aforementioned causes.
The third kit, meanwhile, features a pink sash and ribbon to show solidarity with those suffering in the fight against cancer, with €5 given to charity for every sale, according to Spanish daily AS.
"We've given over the club's traditional diagonal stripe to a good cause," club president Raúl Martín Presa said.
"It's a gesture to the people who anonymously fight these issues on a day-to-day basis".