The football club would like to thank the Royal Anglian Regiment for their support.

Ahead of Peterborough United's 1-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers, close to 5,000 supporters paused for a minute's silence as the club paid tribute to those who have lost their lives in conflict.

With the Sky Bet League One fixture taking place on Remembrance Sunday, it was a poignant tribute which was led by the Royal Anglian Reigment.

The Regiment were led by Major Dan Kennedy and Sergeant Jonah Jones and were joined by George Bennett of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, Club chaplain Richard Longfoot and PC Bob Stewart from the Cambridgeshire Constabulary.

We were also thrilled to have Lance Corporal Jason Hobson who performed the Last Post on the bugle.

Lance Corporal Christian Hogg from the 7th Royal Logistics Regiment made a presentation to chief executive Bob Symns ahead of the win.