TOWN will welcome troops to their league game against Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, November 14.
The match is being dedicated to the charity Help for Heroes, which helps injured servicemen coming out of the armed forces.
Complimentary admission has been offered to several official ex-servicemen groups, and current forces personnel and their families are being offered discounted tickets for the game.
The move comes as Gary Lineker and Lance Corporal Johnson Beharry VC, joined David Cameron to launch Tickets for Troops, a new initiative which offers the Armed Forces free tickets to big events including football matches and top music acts.
Thousands of tickets will be made available to all serving military personnel and to veterans who have been discharged through injury since 2001, at the new Tickets for Troops website.
Tickets have been donated for top football and cricket matches, boxing contests, snooker, horse-racing events, theatre, and both classic and rock music concerts around the country.
Patrons include singer Joss Stone, cricketer Sir Ian Botham, singer James Blunt, actress Joanna Lumley, Dame Vera Lynn, ex England player and Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker, and ex-England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio.
Town’s tribute at the Wycombe game will feature a guard of honour by The Yorkshire Regiment – which has 400 troops in Afghanistan – who will perform a drum presentation during the half-time interval.