LONDON (AP)—Scottish soccer club Airdrie apologized Wednesday after mistakenly using a picture of Nazi soldiers on the front cover of a matchday program. The third-tier club chose to commemorate Remembrance Day—when Commonwealth countries pay tribute to members of the armed forces who have died on duty since World War I—on its program for the team’s match against Livingston on Saturday. Designers wanted to base the program images on wartime trains and selected a picture they thought showed Australian soldiers. They were actually German troops from World War II, and the slogan that accompanied the photograph read: Supporting Our Heroes. After being informed of the oversight hours after the match, which Airdrie lost 1-0, the club issued an immediate apology. Secretary Ann-Marie Ballantyne said she has been inundated with messages of understanding.