With the opening of Euro 2012, the two Community Safety Partnerships in the Wiltshire Police area are determined to get the message across to fans that such behaviour will not be tolerated.
The Wiltshire and Swindon Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) bring agencies and communities together to help people to feel safe.
Posters aimed at potential domestic abuse perpetrators are being displayed in pubs, clubs, health centres, hospitals, council buildings, courts and police stations.
A Polish language version has been produced for the communities in Trowbridge and Swindon.
Swindon CSP manager Richard Palusinski said: "In the past we have seen a sharp increase nationally in domestic violence incidents during football tournaments.
"Domestic violence is simply unacceptable and we really want to get that message across to anyone who still believes that it can ever be justified to assault their partner.
"Apart from being morally indefensible, people who perpetrate domestic violence run the risk of losing everything.
"The penalty for domestic violence can be arrest, a court appearance, a prison sentence and a criminal record. You risk losing your home and family.
"There is no excuse for domestic abuse and perpetrators must take responsibility for their actions.
“Organisations such as Respect can offer support and advice to anyone who wants to address their controlling and abusive behaviour. Their free phone number is: 0808 802 4040.”