City backing our heroes

Norwich City are backing the Help For Heroes Armed Forces' charity this weekend as part of a nationwide Football League show of support. The Canaries and Yeovil players will emerge from the Carrow Road tunnel for tomorrow's League One game behind a Help For Heroes banner while Paul Lambert and Glovers' counterpart Terry Skiverton will wear special wristbands.

Norwich City are backing the Help For Heroes Armed Forces' charity this weekend as part of a nationwide Football League show of support.

The Canaries and Yeovil players will emerge from the Carrow Road tunnel for tomorrow's League One game behind a Help For Heroes banner while Paul Lambert and Glovers' counterpart Terry Skiverton will wear special wristbands. Both managers, along with the respective captains and match officials, will also pose for pre-match pictures with the banner.

All 72 league clubs are backing Football for Heroes week which begins tomorrow and aims to raise awareness of the charity's work in rehabilitating members of the British Armed Forces injured on duty.