Peterborough United will hold a minute's applause before Tuesday's Championship clash with Plymouth in tribute to striker Terry Bly.
Bly, 73, suffered a heart attack at his home in Lincolnshire on Thursday.
He scored 52 goals for Posh during the 1960-1961 season - the club's first in the Football League - which remains a fourth-tier record.
Former team-mates Roy Banham and Peter McNamee have been invited to the game, alongside members of Bly's family.
The team will wear black armbands for the fixture with the Pilgrims.