Stoke City's goalkeeper will wear a specially commissioned kit for Saturday's match in tribute to Gordon Banks OBE.
England's World Cup-winning goalkeeper aged 81 last week.
The former Stoke and Leicester City man is widely regarded as one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time.
Alongside their official kit supplier Stoke City wanted to recreated the strip worn by Gordon in the historic 1972 League Cup Final.
The EFL gave the club special permission for the kit not to feature a badge or sponsor, reflecting the one which was used almost 47 years ago when the Potters secured their only major trophy at Wembley.
The all-green jersey will be complimented by plain white shorts and white socks.
'Macron' is the clubs official kit supplier.
Macron, the clubs official kit designer, said:
Meanwhile the club Banks was playing for when he won the World Cup with England are also planning tributes today.
Leicester City players will wear black armbands during their match with Crystal Palace at the King Power Stadium.
Before the game there will also be a video tribute to Banks on the big screen, and a minute's applause will acknowledge the contribution he made to the club - playing 356 times between 1959 and 1967.