As another sell-out away allocation prepares for Saturday's trip to Huddersfield Town on Saturday when football returns after the international break, we are asking for your help.
The Club is launching a campaign to eradicate incidences of anti-social behaviour.
Management and players are keen for supporters to enjoy the game and create a good environment, at home and away, for everyone.
As the side transitions into a new, attacking way of playing, let's shift all the focus onto what happens on the pitch.
With supporters providing their renowned, passionate backing of the team, it has a big effect on performances.
We would like you to be proud of your Club, but also be true to yourself.
We make no bones about it, we are under scrutiny from football's regulatory bodies and the authorities.
That is why we are starting this campaign and will be making certain changes to our policies - incorporating ticketing and stewarding - for matches at the St. Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium and away from home.
The Club says 'no' to anti-social behaviour and we will not hesitate to ban offenders.
Misconduct can also result in arrest and possible prosecution the courts.
We understand that these issues only relate to a minority of our supporters.
And the backing we do receive from the vast majority is appreciated greatly.
So let's come together, stop and think about what we do, the potential implications and, above all, enjoy the game.