Stephen Jackson, who served in the war and was killed in action in 1917, will feature on the cover of the programme...
Coventry City fans are urged to buy the PUSB match-day programme for the FA Cup first-round tie against Worcester City to support the Royal British Legion.
The club will honour the 18 players who served during World War I with their names being featured on the scoreboard and in a special feature in the club’s match-day programme.
Stephen Jackson, who signed for City in 1911 and served in the war before he was killed in action in 1917 on a battlefield in Belgium, will feature on the cover of the award-winning programme.
For every copy of the PUSB match-day programme sold, priced at £3, £1 will go to the Royal British Legion.
Also, the manager speaks about the recent draw at Leyton Orient and his feelings on the FA Cup in his column whilst Reda Johnson talks about his previous experiences in the world's oldest cup competition.
Make sure you pick up your copy which will be available around the Ricoh Arena!