Shrewsbury Town fan group Bring Back The Loggerheads urge supporters to sing loud at Wembley
A Shrewsbury Town fan group has urged supporters to be loud and proud while creating a vibrant and vociferous atmosphere at Wembley.
Members of the Bring Back The Loggerheads group want Town fans that have packed out the 'singing blocks' in blocks 111 and 112 to create a focal point for the rest of the following as the club aim to shift 20,000 tickets.
Supporter Justin Gill, who has a ticket on the front row of block 112, said: "It's about maintaining the support we have seen recently, that's what the players thrive on.
"It needs to be bouncing. The players have responded all season to the support away from home.
"Let's not let the opportunity slip in the most important game in a generation.
"We need to replicate the positive support from block 19 and the stadium against Charlton."
Another supporter from the group, Hugh Fox, is determined for Town fans to make a bigger mark on Wembley this time.
And he says the loud support packed into two blocks can make a difference.
He said: "Our vocal support has improved incrementally throughout the campaign, and the fanbase now has an array of catchy songs which are synonymous with this wonderful season.
"If the noisier Town fans are scattered around the stadium, the impact will be lost and we will be comprehensively out-sung as we have been on each occasion at Wembley."