Here is the moment that supporters from both Wycombe Wanderers and Oxford United paid tribute to 17-year-old Adam Ankers.

The sides put their rivalries side ahead of the M40 derby on February 17 as they honoured the late teenager who died at the start of the month.

Adam, who was a student at Henley College, passed away when playing a match for the club’s foundation after suffering a cardiac arrest.

Ahead of the Thames Valley clash, Wanderers confirmed that the stadium name would change from Adams Park to Adam’s Park, and that the warm-up tops worn by the Chairboys players would be auctioned off.

They donned a picture of Adam’s face, his name and squad number (five).

The money raised would go towards Harefield Hospital and the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

Additionally, before kick-off, both sets of supporters gave Adam a minute’s applause ahead of kick-off, which was impeccably respected.

In a statement from Adam’s family, they said: “His loss to the family is both shocking and devastating; he was so very loved and we will never forget what a bright light he was to us.

“His passion and talent were for sport and especially football; he was absolutely living his dream and had so much more potential.”