Liverpool have revealed details of how they plan to honour Jamie Carragher on his last appearance for the club against Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
The 35-year-old will play his 737th and final match for the Reds against the Londoners as the 2012-13 season comes to a conclusion at Anfield.
Prior to kick off, players from both Liverpool and QPR will create a guard of honour for Carragher, while the LED boards around the perimeter of the pitch will read 'Thanks For The Memories, Carra' and 'A True Liverpool Legend'.
After a short introduction from matchday announcer Peter McDowall, Carra will head out onto the pitch accompanied by his two children and the Kop will be asked to hold aloft cards to create a 'JC 23' mosaic before he is presented with a gift on behalf of QPR.
Following the conclusion of the game, Ian Callaghan - LFC's all-time record appearance maker - will join captain Steven Gerrard in making a presentation to Carragher and each will say a few words about the No.23.
The man himself will then address the Anfield crowd before the first-team squad and staff embark on their traditional end-of-season lap of honour around the pitch.
A new documentary featuring Jamie Carragher's managers, teammates and some high-profile opponents airs for the first time at 7pm BST on Friday, May 24 on LFC TV. 'Carragher' will also be available on LFC TV Online and will conclude a fortnight of tributes across club media.