The Turkish FA has come up with a novel idea of dealing with crowd trouble in the country - banning men from matches.
Traditionally clubs in the country are forced to play their matches behind closed doors as punishment for misbehaviour but now women and children will be allowed into the banned fixtures while the men are forced to stay at home.
The first match to be subject to the new ruling is a clash between defending champions Fenerbahce and Manisaspor.
Fenerbahce were sanctioned by the Turkish FA after their fans invaded the pitch during a friendly against the Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk in July, forcing the game to be abandoned.
Women and children will be allowed into the Manisaspor match, although children will need to have ID to prove they are 12 or under before being granted free entry.
"After this decision, which is a first in world football, there will be no silent and unexciting games played without spectators," explained the Turkish FA in a statement.
"The change will make teams remember the beauty and values of football."
An incredible crowd of 41,000 attended the match which ended in a 1-1 draw.
The home side's captain, Alex de Sousa, said: "This memory will stay with me forever. It's not always that you see so many women and children in one game."