Shrewsbury Town will be hosting the annual Remembrance Game on Tuesday night at home to Peterborough United.
Before the game, we will all honour the memory of all the British service members who have sadly lost their lives while serving our country.
2019 marks 100 years since the first two-minute silence was observed on Armistice Day, 11 November 1919, and we will all observe a two-minute silence ahead of kick-off.
Supporters are asked to make sure they take their seats before kick-off so we can all observe the two-minutes silence together.
19.30 Les Stocking, Shropshire’s last remaining D-Day veteran introduced to the crowd.
19.35 Service Personnel/Standard bearer and Buglers march to the technical area.
19.38 Three Service personnel will march out to the centre circle and present the match ball to the referee
19.38 Both Teams form the line-up.
19.40 The exhortation recited by Ryan Jervis.
19.41 Wreath’s laid pitch side.
19.41 Buglers- Last Post and lowering of standard
19.42 Two minute silence.
19.45 Match kicks off.
Serving military personnel get free tickets to all of Shrewsbury Town's home games, for full details go here - Forces Tickets