West Bromwich Albion Football Club will pay tribute to Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II at The Hawthorns fixture against Birmingham City on Wednesday (ko 8pm).
A minute’s silence, followed by the National Anthem, will precede kick-off and both sides will wear black armbands as the club joins worldwide tributes to The Queen, who passed away at the age of 96 on Thursday.
The front cover of Albion News, the club’s official matchday programme, will feature a photograph of the Union Jack flying at half-mast at The Hawthorns – a tribute which has been in place since the announcement of The Queen’s passing.
The club once more extends its condolences to His Majesty King Charles III, and all members of the Royal Family at this desperately sad time.
The thoughts of all at The Hawthorns remain with everyone affected by the loss of our monarch of more than 70 years.
Attending supporters are asked to take their seats in good time to participate in the club’s tributes to Her late Majesty.