Mourners have gathered at a Wolverhampton church to say farewell to Wolves legend Bert Williams.
Bert - who played in goal for Wolves and for England - died last month, aged 93.
The service is being held at St Peter's Collegiate Church this afternoon.
A public memorial service for legendary Wolves goalkeeper Bert Williams will take place today.
The 93-year-old MBE, known as 'The Cat', passed away at New Cross Hospital last month.
Williams started off at Walsall before playing 420 times for Wolves - winning the league and FA Cup - and won 24 England caps.
The service, which will be a celebration of the goalkeeper's life, will be held at 12pm at St Peter's Collegiate Church. Anyone is invited to attend.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have agreed a deal to sign striker Leon Clarke from Coventry City.
The 28-year-old striker has now entered talks and a medical with Wolves and is expected to complete a permanent move.
Dozens of people have gathered outside a Wolverhampton church to say their goodbyes to Midland football icon Peter Broadbent.
Fans turned out in their droves to St Peter's Collegiate Church in Wolverhampton city centre to pay their respected to Mr Broadbent, widely recognised as one of the club's most naturally gifted players.
He died on October 1.
The funeral of Midland football legend Peter Broadbent will take place in Wolverhampton today.
The player, best known for his time with Wolves in the 50s and 60s, died on October 1.
During his career, he also played for Shrewsbury Town, Aston Villa, Stockport County and Bromsgrove Rovers.
Widely recognised as a naturally gifted footballer, Broadbent was cited by both Alex Ferguson and George Best as among their favourites on the pitch.
The funeral will take place at St Peter's Collegiate Church in Wolverhampton city centre at 1.45pm.
Good news as Kenny Jackett has told Wolves Player that Kevin Doyle set to return to training today. Griffiths also training.
Wolves have beaten Shrewsbury 1-0 at Greenhous Meadow, with a late penalty scored by Bakary Sako.
Around 200 officers will be on duty for the local derby between Shrewsbury and Wolves today.
The game is expected to attract a sell-out crowd of more than 9,000.
Chief Inspector Dave McWilliam, the match day commander, said:
“We are hoping the day will not be marred by trouble but anyone causing problems or involved in disorder, is likely to be arrested.”
Supporters without tickets are being urged not to travel.
Walsall FC have been forced to apologise after an offensive tweet appeared on their twitter feed after their victory over Wolves last night.
Walsall FC would like to apologise for the unsavoury comments that appeared after our Official Twitter account was hacked earlier tonight.
The Saddlers won the away game 1-0 after a winner from Andy Butler.
Police say football hooligans will be dealt with robustly after twenty-three people were arrested at a match involving two Midands clubs in Stoke-on-Trent.
Officers were pelted with missiles and a police car was smashed up. Today, a criminologist told ITV News that lower league clubs can still be volatile places.