A Spurs Legends match, taking place at the Gallagher Stadium later this month, will pay tribute to Justin Edinburgh.
The Leyton Orient boss, who made more than 250 appearances for Tottenham, died on Saturday at the age of 49.
Some of his White Hart Lane teammates will be appearing at the Gallagher on Sunday 30 June to take part in a charity match for Maidstone Mencap and Space 2 Be Me.
Edinburgh, who led Orient back into the Football League last season, will be remembered with a minute’s applause before kick off.
Organiser Simon Barker said: “Like the whole football community, we were shocked and saddened when the news was announced on Saturday evening.
“Justin generously gave his time to play in these charity games for the Spurs Legends and we wanted to celebrate his life and legacy before our game later this month.”
The match will kick off at 2pm, with turnstiles opening at 11am.