Arsenal players will gather at the Arsenal Stadium in the coming days in memory of the victims of the blast at the Indian Steelworks in south-west England.
Arsenal, who lost their third player in the last 24 hours, will pay tribute to the victims on Friday afternoon.
They will hold a vigil for the victims, the club’s owner, Stan Kroenke, said.
“We are also providing support to those families who lost loved ones in this tragedy and we will also be organising a remembrance day at the stadium,” he said.
The players will arrive at the Emirates Stadium at 12.30pm (GMT) to pay their respects to the survivors, with the first group of Arsenal players expected to arrive at 11am.
The club has also invited former Arsenal captain Dennis Bergkamp, the last man to survive the blast, to be among the first to receive a standing ovation.
“This is a very sad day for our club and the people of India Steelworks,” Kroenkel said.
“It is a tragedy for the whole country and the football community.
It is also a tribute to all those who have died.
I hope all will join us in paying tribute to those who were killed and to those in our community who have been impacted by this terrible tragedy.””
The support of the people and the players has been incredible and will be reflected in the support we will be giving to the families of those who died and all those affected by this tragedy.”
Kroenke has been working with the Indian steel workers’ union, the Indian National Trade Union Congress, to try to persuade the Indian government to recognise the company as a state-owned company.
The owner of Arsenal said the owners group would continue to support the victims’ families.
“It is not about us and not about the victims.
The owners are committed to their families and to their livelihoods,” Kroenske said.
He added: “I know the Indian authorities will continue to work with them to get this right.”
Kruenske has previously praised the bravery of the steel workers and their union.
He said the club will continue the support of their families.