God Save the King in the Premier League: national anthem will resound in all stadiums for Charles III’s coronation

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Following the coronation of British King Charles, the national anthem God Save the King will be played in football stadiums before the kick-off of all Premier League matches this weekend, the Premier League announced in a press release on Friday.

Jeroen DePauw

Following the coronation of British King Charles, the national anthem God Save the King will be played in football stadiums before the kick-off of all Premier League matches this weekend, the Premier League announced in a press release on Friday.

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Players and match officials will gather in a circle around the center circle before kick-off. As the national anthem plays, the official coronation emblem will be displayed on the stadium screens.

London and Great Britain, meanwhile, are preparing for the coronation of Charles III, which will take place on Saturday. The 74-year-old monarch and queen consort Camilla will receive the crown and anointing at Westminster Abbey in front of 2,300 guests and no doubt hundreds of millions of television viewers.

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