TONIGHT, the Game Changers will wear the orange socks for a cause far greater than football.
The Round 5 clash will mark the Club's third annual AFLW Carlton Respects Game as it aims to raise awareness for gender equality and the prevention of violence against women.
Don't hear it from us, though: this is what the players who will be representing the initiative had to say during the week.
Pull Your Socks Up for Carlton Respects
Sarah Hosking sits down with Simone O'Brien
Carlton Respects ambassador Simone O'Brien shares a story that needs to be heard.
A true Game Changer
The inspirational Simone spoke addressed the wider playing group on Wednesday night.
Our Watch ambassador - and Carlton's No.7 - Tayla Harris weighs in.
Chloe Dalton is a Carlton Respects ambassador: this is why.
Taking a stand.
Visiting Yia Yia Next Door
Gab Pound and Jess Edwards visited Carlton Respects ambassadors Yia Yia Next Door: with some spanakopita to go with it.
Support from the boys
"It's so much bigger than you and the game that you're playing in."— Carlton Womens (@carltonfc_w) March 5, 2020
Growing up, @kez_harrington dreamed of playing in the Navy Blue. As a co-captain and a member of the Club's Community team, she opens up on how much wearing the orange socks means. ??#BoundByBlue
It doesn't get much more open than this.