Launceston City's Afghan players Yasin Mohammadi and Ramezan Ashrafi will be leading the club's support for their homeland this weekend.
All players will be donning black, red or green arm bands for Saturday's game against Devonport as a show of support for Afghan community members.
In a post on Facebook, the Prospect Park club said: "Our club has always welcomed and embraced cultural diversity and welcomed players from many countries including Afghanistan - with current players Yasin Mohammadi and Ramezan Ashrafi.
"It saddens us to hear, read and see the events currently playing out in Afghanistan and its impact on the Afghan community both in Afghanistan and around the world."
Mohammadi is City's top scorer this season with six goals and previously played with Northern Rangers and Launceston United.
Captain Jarrod Linger is proud of the team's resurgence having won six of its last eight games with a fourth-place finish a distinct possibility.
"We're showing an improvement every week and just want to keep our focus on the next game coming at us," he said.
"The side is really starting to gel and work for each other.
"Morale is pretty good."
Striker Will Fleming missed Saturday's 3-2 win at Olympia with a groin injury but Jacob Horton came back in while Juan Hampson and Louis Johannes were on the bench.