Former Albion stars are turning out in force for an annual charity match in memory of ex-Seagull John Shepherd.

Steve Foster, Ian Chapman and Kerry Mayo are lined up to play for an Albion Legends X1 against a Sussex FA X1 at Southwick FC on Sunday July 28 (1pm).

They will be joined by John Keeley, Dean Wilkins, Charlie Oatway, Adam Hinshelwood, Stuart Tuck, Paul Rogers, John Robinson, David Gipp and Garry Mitchell.

Shepherd died last summer, aged 86, after battling illness.

The former Millwall, Albion and Gillingham forward also played for and managed Southwick before returning to the Seagulls as co-founder of the youth team with Mick Fogden during Alan Mullery's reign.

Last year's inaugural match for the John Shepherd trophy raised more than £1,000 for Parkinson's UK.

Admission is £2 and all proceeds go to the charity again after Shepherd spent the last five years of his life fighting the neurological condition.