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Mon 19 October 2020, 16:15|Tottenham Hotspur

As we enter this period of Remembrance, the Club will be paying its respects to those that have made the ultimate sacrifice in Armed conflict.

Our home match with Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday 1 November will be dedicated to Remembrance, with a minute’s silence observed prior to kick-off.

Unfortunately, due to the Premier League’s COVID-19 protocols, we are unable to be joined in the stadium by members of our Armed Forces this year – the Club is working to identify an alternative means through which service personnel are able to be part of the ceremony virtually.

Both our men’s and women’s teams will wear shirts emblazoned with the Poppy for our matches taking place on the weekend of 7/8 November – our men’s team visit West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League, with our women’s team hosting Reading in the WSL.

All match-worn shirts will be signed and auctioned following the matches to raise funds for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

The Club will deliver further activities involving Spurs-supporting members of our Armed Forces and our local community during this period. Keep up to date on social media using the hashtag #SpursRemembers.

Poppy Pin Badges

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Royal British Legion are only able to provide an extremely limited supply of our dual-branded Poppy pin badges this year.

These are currently on sale online for a donation of £4.99 and are likely to sell out quickly – we apologise for any disappointment caused for fans unable to purchase their pin badge this year.

Fans wishing to make a contribution to this year’s Poppy appeal are still able to do so via

The Royal British Legion is the country’s largest Armed Forces charity, providing lifelong support to serving and ex-serving personnel and their families.