Inverness Caledonian Thistle have introduced tannoy announcements in Gaelic at all home games.
The announcements will be broadcast after meetings took place between Caley Thistle, Comunn na Gaidhlig and the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) ahead of the Royal National Mod coming to Inverness later this year.
Caley Jags fan and convener of the Mod for 2020, Alasdair Barnett, got the ball rolling last year after approaching Thistle to inquire how the club could be incorporated into the celebrations.
Pupils in S3 at Culloden Academy in Inverness, who are all studying Gaelic, will be the first to translate the announcements as part of the collaboration, with Inverness Royal Academy, Millburn and Charleston all being included.
Donald John MacIntyre of UHI said: “We were aware that Inverness Caley have a number of Gaelic speaking players on their books and it is fantastic that the club wants to get more involved.
“It will be great to hear the school kids speaking Gaelic over the tannoy.”
Caley Thistle chief executive Scott Gardiner said it was only right the club look at incorporating a greater Gaelic presence.
Mr Gardiner said: “We hope this and some of the other initiatives we have discussed become a permanent feature at Caledonian Stadium, and I believe it is a project which everyone can be rightfully proud of.”