City are taking part in this autumn’s Planet League Cup to fight climate change with over 75 other professional clubs.
Sign up for free and score goals by doing different activities that all make a difference for the environment.
The activities vary from biking to the shop instead of driving, using a reusable bottle, or having a meat-free meal.
Alice Carter, head of healthier communities at Lincoln City Foundation, said: “Planet League provides a great opportunity for Lincoln City to play virtual fixtures against teams from across the football league.”
Last year, the club beat Chelsea as well as becoming semi-finalists.
She added: “The competitive element really inspired me to think about being greener and seeing which weekly challenges I could undertake.
"I look forward to scoring more goals for the Imps this year, finding new ways to become eco-friendly, and hopefully help take Lincoln all the way to the final.”
Supporters who sign up will have the chance to win a signed shirt and a football.
The school that scores the most goals will win a visit from some of the City players.