UPDATE - The match has now been postponed.

NIGHTCLUB stab victim, Cody Fisher, is set to be remembered by his former football teams.

On Monday, January 2 Stratford Town FC and Bromsgrove Sporting, Cody’s former football teams, are scheduled to play at 3 pm.

The match, which is taking place at the Victoria Ground, will be dedicated to Cody, say Bromsgrove Sporting.

The club tweeted: “The support of the football community has been incredible.

“On Monday, we play Stratford at the Victoria Ground.
“The game will be dedicated to Cody. We hope you can all join us.”

Cody Fisher aged 23 was killed at the Crane nightclub, Digbeth on Boxing Day.

Three people have been arrested on suspicion of murder and four people have been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

Cody, who was born in Redditch, worked as a sports coach at Woodrow First School and Nursery.

He also played for several non-league football teams including Bromsgrove Sporting, Stourbridge FC, and Stratford Town FC.

Cody made 54 appearances for Stratford Town FC, having started with the club in 2018.

He then moved to Stourbridge FC in September 2019 where he made nine appearances during his six months at the club, before transferring back to Stratford until August 2021.

Cody then moved to Bromsgrove Sporting where he made ten appearances.

He then transferred back to Stratford in July this year but did not play due to an injury.

A dedicated page has been set up by police for witnesses to submit information, images and videos which can be accessed here: https://t.co/NiLYBu20qb.