For the first time since being crowned League Two champions in May, Cheltenham Town take to the field to begin their pre-season friendly schedule on Saturday.
Southern League Division One side Cinderford Town are the Robins opponents at the Foresters Causeway Stadium home (kick-off: 3pm).
Cinderford, who play five levels below League One, are celebrating their centenary this season, and the game forms part of a number of pre-season matches highlighting the milestone in their history.
All first team players are expected to feature with a number of scholars also involved in the squad.
Michael Duff has confirmed that players will play 60 minutes or 30 minutes, with another game to come against similar level opposition in Evesham United on Tuesday evening.
Former midfielder Chris Clements will play a part. Despite being released at the end of last season, Clements is being assisted in his return from injury by the club and will gain match minutes in the fixture.
You can pay on the gate at Cinderford to get entry into the stadium. Due to covid there is a limited capacity of 975 for the fixture.
Tickets are £10 for adults and £7 for concessions. Turnstiles open at 1.30pm.
Fans can park in a number of free car parks. There's limited parking at the ground itself, while parking is available at Forest High School, Forest View School and Cinderford Rugby Club too.
If you are not making the trip you can keep up to date with events by following @CTFCofficial on Twitter for updates.
A match report will be available on the club website looking back on the afternoon's action.