MILLWALL have announced details of how they plan to pay tribute to Barry Kitchener at The Den against Hull City on Saturday.
Kitchener died last Friday following a short battle with throat cancer and the Lions will use their fixture against the Tigers to pay tribute to their all-time appearance record holder.
Club chaplain Owen Beament MBE will lead a short service of 'remembrance and celebration' on the pitch from 1.50pm onwards.
And excerpts from football opera Ingerland, which debuted at the Royal Albert Hall, will be performed before kick-off and at half-time.
Halle McElroy, the nine-year-old grand-daughter of Kitchener, will accompany Paul Robinson as he leads the two teams out at 2.55pm, after which the Millwall captain will place a floral tribute behind the goal at the Cold Blow Lane End.
The club confirmed earlier this week that in addition to a minute's applause before kick-off, the Lions will wear an all-white kit as a tribute to Kitchener.