West Ham United will mark this Sunday's final home game of the season against Aston Villa with the traditional post-match lap of honour by the players.
Although the team will head down the tunnel after the final whistle, the entire squad will then be led back out by captain Lucas Neill and manager Alan Curbishley to parade around the pitch and offer their thanks to fans for the support this season. Sunday's game will also see the 2007/08 Hammer of the Year announced before kick-off as well as the presentation of other player awards.
In the interest of public safety, and in line with Boleyn Ground regulations, supporters are reminded to stay in their seats at all times on Sunday afternoon. There are a number of charity days taking place at the stadium this summer - including Robert Green's Boleyn Cup and the Bobby Moore Fund Championship, and anyone running on to the pitch could jeopardise those events.