Coca-Cola Championship side Watford have made a video of their tribute to British troops as part of The Football League's national 'Football for Heroes' week.
Between March 6 and March 14, all 72 Football League clubs held a home match dedicated to Help for Heroes - the official charity partner of The Football League for the 2009/10 season.
And for their game against Peterborough United on Saturday 13 March, Watford FC invited the Watford and South Oxhey Cadets to Vicarage Road to help show the club's gratitude of the sacrifices made by our Armed Forces.
The local Cadet group saluted both teams as they ran out onto the pitch and a bugle player played the Last Post which was followed by a minute silence to remember and honour our fallen heroes. At half-time, the Watford and South Oxhey ACF Detachments performed a traditional rifle drill.
Watch the Watford tribute in full above.