Dundee United will pay their respects to club legend Ralph Milne at Saturday's Ladbrokes Premiership game against Kilmarnock at Tannadice.
Milne, who is United's record goalscorer in European competition and famously scored on the day Jim McLean's beat Dundee to win the title at Dens Park in 1983, died on Sunday at the age of 54.
A club spokesman said: "Admission prices will be reduced for this Saturday’s fixture versus Kilmarnock to allow as many fans as possible to pay their respects to Ralph Milne, who sadly passed away last Sunday.
"The Milne family has also requested a minute’s silence prior to kick-off and encourage a round of applause in the fourth minute of the game to commemorate his goal at Dens Park in May 1983.
"The Club also encourages all those attending to wear and display tangerine, as Ralph’s performance was one of the main reasons United’s colour became so famous internationally during our glorious European years."
Season ticket holders can buy additional tickets for just £5 for adults and £1 concessions, with general sale tickets priced at £10 adults and £5 concessions.