Coventry City fans who do not want the club to move out of the city have announced two protests in London.
Supporters' group the Sky Blues Trust have organised the demos for Saturday 15 June.
They will gather outside the offices of SISU, the company which currently controls Coventry City.
Fans will then stage a similar protest outside the offices of the Football League.
SISU are planning to move the club away from the Ricoh Arena, to another ground in the West Midlands whilst it builds a new stadium in Coventry.
Such a move would require permission from the Football League.
In a statement the Sky Blues Trust said:
"Trust members are urged to join us on the 15th as we clearly and defiantly tell the footballing world "We shall not be moved”.
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Members of the Sky Blues Trust, a supporters' group, have given a letter to the club's administrator.
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