There is a slight change to the details for the memorial service for former Coventry City striker and hero to many Cyrille Regis.
Cyrille’s funeral cortege will arrive at The Hawthorns at approximately 8.15am and stay for up to half an hour to offer those present the chance to pay their tributes before he leaves for a private funeral service.
The memorial service will start at 10.45am in the East Stand at The Hawthorns.
Tickets are available via the West Bromwich Albion club website or in person at the East Stand Ticket Office, or by calling 0121 227 2227. Supporters are advised to utilise the print-at-home option when ordering online.
An allocation of 1,800 tickets is available. Each order is restricted to two tickets. All ticket collections must be completed by 5pm on Monday, January 29. There can be no collections on the day of the service.
Entry to the stadium will be via East Stand turnstiles. Access to the stand is off the A41 (Birmingham) Road.
Admission is free and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and all attending are asked to wear bright colours.
Cyrille was very clear about how he wanted this day to be and the songs, lively atmosphere and personal tributes are a reflection of his wishes, along with those of his wife Julia and his children Robert and Michelle.
Former Coventry City player and manage John Sillett will be amongst those paying tribute along with Brendon Batson, Graham Daniels from Christians in Sport, football agent and Chairman of Stellar Group Jonathan Barnett, John Sillett, manager of the Coventry City team with whom Cyrille won the FA Cup, and John Homer, Chairman of WBA’s Official Supporter Club.
Family tributes will be provided by Cyrille’s two children Robert and Michelle, his nephew and former Albion striker Jason Roberts, and his brother and ex-professional footballer Dave Regis.
The eulogy will be read by Cyrille’s widow, Julia.