Music minded supporters are being asked to help the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final hit the right note at Wembley next month, by selecting the official soundtrack to welcome the two finalist teams.

Finishing touches are being made to preparations for the Final on April 3 and a show of 'fan power' is needed to choose the track to welcome Carlisle United and Brentford onto the hallowed turf.

Johnstone's Paint Trophy's Sponsorship Manager Teresa Hardwick said the task of picking a contemporary 'fanfare' to whip up the pre-match atmosphere was extremely important.

She said we have always explored new ways to engage with fans, which is why this novel initiative was so appealing.

"The fans know better than anyone what songs are best to create a magic atmosphere, so it made perfect sense to let them choose the track.

"We are always looking at ways to engage with supporters and we thought this was the perfect opportunity.

In 2010, Johnstone's Paint plumped for The Prodigy's Warrior Dance as Southampton and Carlisle United made their entrances, while the more evocative Requiem for a Dream soundtrack was used in 2009, taken from The Lord of the Rings.

The anthem will be blasted around Wembley Stadium as the players make their eagerly anticipated entrance onto the pitch, before the national anthem is sung and the teams are introduced to special guests and dignitaries.

Fans will be asked to choose between the popular Chase and Status track entitled 'Let You Go' and Kasabian's epic tune 'Empire.'

Supporters can register their preference before March 25 by visiting Johnstone's Paint's official twitter and facebook sites for the Trophy, with the song with the highest number of votes being played.

Teresa added: "Our overall aim is to get the goosebumps going for supporters just before kick-off. The fact that we're engaging with the very same supporters during the process is even better."

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