Bradley Lowery has been remembered at today's Sunderland match against Barnsley with a donation from the home team.
The first team squad at Barnsley FC have gifted £5,000 to the Bradley Lowery Foundation in memory of the Blackhall Colliery youngster, who died last month after losing his fight against neuroblastoma cancer aged just six.
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The club tweeted this afternoon: "As the sixth minutes comes around, we remember @Bradleysfight - The first team players have come together to make this donation."
It added the hashtag #CancerHasNoColours.
The foundation's account, @BradleysFight has also tweeted to thank the side.
Sunderland fan Craig Alexander posted: "Great gesture, fair play good luck for season but not today," adding hand clap emojis.
Fellow Black Cat Tony - @bohemoth72 - also said: "It's a great gesture by @bfc_official, well done."
Next Sunday, Everton FC will host a celebrity match in aid of the foundation, which will help other families with a sick child.
The charity's page can be found here.