The Leyton Orient Fan Trust has organised a protest rally to take place pre-match on the last home game of the season.

The event will take place in the Coronation Gardens at 1:30pm on Saturday, April 29.

It is the latest event to be organised by the O's faithful after staging an 'oh what a circus' protest in their 2-1 victory over Hartlepool on Easter Monday.

On the LOFT website,  the statement in full it reads: "Barring a footballing miracle in the next few games, they day will almost certainly mark the end of an unbroken 112-year sequence of Orient home matches played in the Football League.

"LOFT has therefore organised a rally to allow supporters to come together on that day and send a collective message of hope for the future. Whether Francesco Becchetti remains in charge of the club by then or not  - and the future remains in limbo as things stand - we want to send a clear message to all Orient fans: 

"'Namely this does not mark the end of Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road. That we, the fans, will not let out football club die. And that no matter what the inaction of the football authorities in what is happening at Leyton Orient.'

"'This club will go on and recover because it is the fan's club.'"

At the event, MP for Leyton and Wanstead John Cryer will be in attendance to talk about his attempts to secure Parliamentary debate over the lack of football governance to allow owners like Becchetti to remain in place.

Waltham Forest Council Leader Chris Robbins will also be at the day. 

The rally should last no longer than 30-60 minutes and food will be available from the Leyton Food Market.