Millwall's Sky Bet Championship match against Rotherham United this Saturday (kick-off 3pm) will see the club host its second annual 'Memorial Day'.
Memorial Day will honour those supporters who we lost in 2018, with all names sent in appearing in the matchday programme and on the big screen prior to kick-off, where a minute's applause will be observed.
The pre-match ceremony will begin with the two teams emerging from the tunnel, with Millwall's captain carrying a specially-made wreath.
From there, both sets of players will gather around the outside of the centre-circle, with a minute's applause beginning on the referee's whistle.
During the minute's applause, a video will display on The Den's big screen, carrying the names of Lions fans who sadly passed away in 2018.
The referee's whistle will then mark the end of the minute's applause, with the players then preparing for kick-off. The captain will then lay the wreath behind the goal at the Cold Blow Lane end.
Millwall's team will be wearing black armbands during Saturday's contest.