The football club will join EFL clubs around to country to pay tribute to fallen servicemen, women and former players on Remembrance Sunday.

The EFL and all 72 member clubs will unite to pay tribute to fallen servicemen, women and former players as part of Remembrance Sunday commemorations and the First World War Centenary.

Peterborough United have invited serving and ex armed forces personnel to the Sky Bet League One match against Bolton Wanderers at the ABAX Stadium (12.15pm kick-off) which falls on Sunday 13th November (Remembrance Sunday). The football club is honoured to continue to donate tickets for every league match to Tickets For Troops who have been in partnership for a number of years.

The Posh players will wear a commemorative home shirt featuring the poppy on the day and there will be a minutes silence along with an EFL wreath laid on the pitch prior to kick-off to remember and honour all of those that have fallen in battle.

EFL Communications Director, Mark Rowan said: “Every single one of our clubs lost players, staff and supporters, it is only right and appropriate that we pay a tribute. Football is all about community and the EFL’s clubs, fans and staff will all stand in silence together to pay our respects this November.”

Sky Bet spokesman Sandro Di Michele added: “We’re delighted to be continuing our relationship with the Royal British Legion into a third season after raising a terrific amount of money last year. The generosity shown by fans of Championship clubs was truly remarkable and we hope this year’s campaign will be no different.”

Fought over 141 days between 1 July and 18 November 1916, the Battle of the Somme was one of the defining battles of the First World War. With over 400,000 British casualties and over 1 million men of all nationalities killed, the Somme remains one of the most brutal individual battles ever fought. One hundred years on, the Battle of the Somme is being remembered across the country as part of the official First World War Centenary commemorations of which the EFL is proud to play its part by marking the centenary of the Battle of the Somme’s end on 19 November.

Having launched the #FootballRemembers campaign in March 2014 at the start of the First World War Centenary to mark the contribution made by the game, football continues to pay its respects to those who made the ultimate sacrifice 100 years ago.

Sadly, many players, staff and fans of EFL clubs were killed at the Somme, 1,000 whom fought for the Footballers Batallions which included many of the great stars of the day and some of those who would go on to achieve great footballing feats in the post-war era.

This activity will support the British Legion’s national campaign, Sport Remembers the Somme, to commemorate the role played by sporting men and women for the centennial year.

Tickets for the match against Bolton Wanderers can be bought online at, via the Ticketmaster hotline 0844 847 1934* and in person at the ABAX Stadium Box Office.

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