Walsall have announced that supporters can visit the Bescot Stadium to pay their tributes to three Saddlers fans killed in the Tunisia terrorist attack.
Patrick Evans, Adrian Evans and Joel Richards were among 38 people who died in a gun attack near Sousse on Friday.
A Walsall statement said: “Supporters have requested to lay scarves outside the main reception from 09:00 BST on Monday and we are happy to facilitate.
“The club offers its full support to the families at this tragic time.”
Walsall posted a picture of the fans with the statement on their Facebook page, where supporters were also invited to write their own tributes.
Meanwhile, Leicester City have offered their condolences to their player Marc Albrighton and his partner Chloe Fulford, whose mother was a victim of the attack.
“They are all in our thoughts and prayers,” said a Leicester City statement.
“We continue to offer our support to Marc and Chloe’s family at this time of great personal tragedy.”