Hull FC fans are invited to attend the annual memorial service in the Wilberforce Suite at the KCOM Stadium next Sunday from 10.30am.
The memorial event is a moving tribute to supporters and former players who have passed away in the last 12 months.
The short service will be led by Club Chaplin Rev. Tony Cotson and there will be contributions from representatives of the club and the supporters.
Fans will also be able to remember their loved ones by sending in their pictures and messages, which will be shown on the big screen prior to our final home game of the Super 8s against Wakefield Trinity.
Supporters can send their photos and messages for their loved ones who have passed away in the last 12 months in an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hull FC Executive Director James Clark said: “Our annual memorial service is a great way for the club to pay tribute to fans and former players who have passed away in the last year.
“It’s important to have this day to remember them and pay tribute to them. It’s important to be in touch with our supporters and it’s the meaning of a family club.”
There will be a period of reflection pitchside for those who have shared many memories watching Hull FC and those whose ashes are scattered at the KCOM Stadium.
The Black and Whites take on Wakefield next Thursday in their final game on home turf of the 2017 campaign.
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