Members of the NCS programme, which is run by the Posh Foundation, will be looking to raise funds for the Sue Ryder Hospice at the forthcoming fixture with Barnsley in the Sky Bet Championship at the Weston Homes Stadium.

Representatives of the programme will be visible outside of the stadium, wearing Kick it Out t-shirts,  and supporters can enter a raffle via a QR code to win fantastic prizes including a signed Posh football, a signed pair of gloves and tickets to forthcoming fixtures.

The winners of the raffle will then be announced during the half-time interval with the Tykes and will be able to receive their prize pitch side with announcer David Fuller.