Big match is also a time to remember
Leicester City players and fans will be showing their appreciation for the armed forces by helping to raise funds for the Royal British Legion's 2012 Poppy Appeal tomorrow.
The Championship game against East Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest is the annual remembrance match and will kick off at 12.45pm at the King Power Stadium.
In previous years, a helicopter has dropped off the match ball for the fixture, which is always well-supported.
A host of activities are planned for the day at the stadium, and the players will wear embroidered poppies on their shirts to show their support for the appeal.
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Leicester City Football Club ambassador Alan Birchenall said: "We all have an enormous amount of respect for British service personnel and the duty they fulfil for our country, and the remembrance fixture is our opportunity to show that gratitude.
"The fans have always given generously to the Poppy Appeal in the past. I know that this year they will be just as supportive as always for a very worthy cause."