Corby Town are to hold a minute’s silence before their match against Chippenham Town on Saturday in memory of a former club captain who died this week.
Alan McIlwain died on Monday at Kettering Hospital surrounded by his family. He was 58-years-old.
Mr McIlwain played as a centre-half for the Steelmen for 12 years from the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s.
He also had spells with Kettering Town and Stamford.
A minute’s silence is to be held in his memory before Corby’s match against Chippenham Town on Saturday.