Manchester City and Manchester United will wear shirts displaying the city's worker bee for their pre-season friendly in Houston next week as a tribute to those affected by May's terrorist attack.
Next Thursday at the NRG Stadium the two Premier League clubs will meet for the first time since a suicide bomber killed 22 people at Ariana Grande's Manchester Arena concert on May 22.
A £1million donation was made by the two clubs to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund following the attack and the shirts worn in next week's game in Houston, which will be the first Manchester derby staged abroad, will now be auctioned off for the charity too.
The worker bee features on Manchester's coat of arms and the emblem that has been linked since the Victorian era has now been adopted as a symbol for the city's togetherness following the attack in May.
The respective clubs will announce how the shirts can be purchased in the coming weeks.