Remembered! 5 incredible World War 1 football stories you need to know about

Read on and then make a donation to the Woodland Trust and National Football Museum's project to commemorate footballers involved in the conflict…

It's more than 100 years since the outbreak of the Great War that affected so many lives. And November 18, specifically, marks the end of one of the bloodiest conflicts ever fought: the Battle of the Somme. The Woodland Trust and the National Football Museum have teamed up and are remembering some of the footballers and teams who took part in the Great War via this interactive list…

Click on the images below to reveal five must-know stories from the time, involving well-known teams and how football was an integral piece of life even 100 years ago, and especially for the courageous men and women on the front lines.

The Woodland Trust is working alongside the National Football museum in​ Manchester as part of their First World War​ ​Centenary Woods project.​ They hope that football fans will make a donation to create a living tribute to all the​ ​footballers involved in the war through planting football groves in their First World War Centenary Wood.

Find out how your club and its players were affected on the For Club and Country website here: www.forclubandcountry.org.uk/. Donate today to honour those who represented your club, and have your name included on the supporter's roll of honour that will be displayed digitally on the website and at the National Football Museum.