Lions will remember Tommy Blackmore, Rob Knox and other young men whose lives have been lost
Jimmy's Day is a chance to remember Lions fan Jimmy at his beloved football club. The event is very special this year with families who have lost their loved ones to violence uniting on the day.
The charity 'For Jimmy', set up to honour Jimmy, will welcome their families onto the pitch before the match, to unite them in their determination to bring change and an end to youth violence.
As part of the day they will be gifted signed shirts from their respective London clubs; Millwall, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Charlton Athletic, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United and Chelsea FC.
Millwall chairman John Berylson said: "Barry and Margaret Mizen have been an inspiration to us all over many years now and we are proud to be able to support their work in tackling the issue of violent crime on our streets.
"We are delighted that so many other London clubs have chosen to become involved with 'Jimmy's Day' at The Den on Saturday, and that all these young people who died in such tragic circumstances will be remembered and celebrated."
Jimmy's Dad, Barry Mizen MBE, added: "The wonderful ongoing support of everyone connected with Millwall, gives us the strength and encouragement to continue working for change to keep our young people, children and grandchildren safe. COYL."