Derby County is looking for supporters to help set the scene for the upcoming East Midlands derby clash against Nottingham Forest following the two-week international break.
To replicate the electric atmospheres experienced at Pride Park Stadium for the home games against Forest, Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic and Leicester City last season, the Rams are once again calling on a group of volunteers to help place a flag on every seat of the stadium ahead of the clash against the Reds.
The two sides will meet for the first time this season at Pride Park on Sunday 15th October 2017 (1:15pm) and the flags will help create a sea of black and white as the teams enter the field for the big local derby encounter.
Supporters can register their interest to be a volunteer by completing the form available here:dcfc.co.uk/page/flag-volunteering.
The deadline is 12pm on Tuesday 10th October.
Selected supporters will then be contacted by 5pm on Wednesday 11th October with full details including timings for the day. You must be available on Saturday 14th October, with timings still to be confirmed based on weather forecasting.
In return for offering to be a volunteer, the club will offer each volunteer a voucher to redeem ONE free hot drink from the concourse and one £10 gift voucher to use in the Ticket Office (to be redeemed against a home match ticket or season ticket renewal purchase only).