It's a Kids for a Quid matchday at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Saturday when Accrington Stanley are the visitors (kick-off: 3pm).
If you buy before midnight on Friday, under-18s can enjoy £1 access to all areas of the stadium for the first meeting between Cheltenham and Accy since December 2018.
Having had a weekend off last week because of the international break, Michael Duff's side are eager to get back into action as they continue their exciting League One campaign with the first of back-to-back home games in four days.
In the build up to the action you can enjoy some of the new food on offer at the Robins Retreat in the car park, while you can also make a visit to the expanded outdoor bar at the Robins Nest where the Cheltenham Town Community Trust will be in position with some fun activities for supporters.
Make sure you're part of the action on Saturday by buying tickets for the game online. Save £2 on matchday prices by buying before midnight on Friday.
Charlie Raglan and Will Boyle face a fight to be fit after recent injury problems.
Callum Wright is definitely out and Liam Sercombe (pictured) is unlikely to feature due to a small niggle.
Michael Duff believes the international break has given his team a good chance to rest as they head into another busy run of League One fixtures.
"It has been a good time to reset. We've got a busy run of games now, more home than away, its a good opportunity to pick up some points," he said on iFollow.
"Accrington are a really difficult team to play against. They've already had five wins.
"They almost go man for man all over the pitch so it is a case of individual battles.
"There's a real spirit and togetherness amongst them. If we think we're in for an easy game, which we won't, we'll get beat.
"We have to be at it in every game to get a point, let alone three."
Forward Kyle Vassell has also been previewing the clash on iFollow as he gears himself up to play a bigger role after building up his match fitness.
Looking to build on a pleasing start to the month in League One which saw them record a 2-1 home win over Ipswich Town, Accrington visit Gloucestershire on Saturday positioned 11th in the division.
It's their fourth consecutive season in the third tier and 16th season overall in the Football League.
Though one of the smaller clubs in the division, they've sustained themselves brilliantly at this level, gaining huge accolades for their on field performance and player recruitment.
They'll visit on Saturday with the likes of effective front man Colby Bishop, their experienced Irish skipper Seamus Conneely and former Robins midfielder Harry Pell in their ranks.
Wide man Sean McConville is another, like Conneely, who has been a huge part of their rise in recent years having been at the club since 2015 in what's his second spell with them, while the likes of Yeboah Amankwah and Jovan Malcolm are useful loanees from Manchester City and West Bromwich Albion.
The manager: John Coleman
With 20 years of managerial service at Accrington, John Coleman is unsurprisingly seen as a legend at Saturday's opponents.
The 58-year-old, who played non-league football in his playing days as a striker in the north west, has managed the club twice - guiding them to the Football League originally in 2006.
He started his managerial career at Ashton United and has also had stints in the dugout at Rochdale, Southport and Irish side Sligo Rovers.
Buy tickets before midnight on Friday and save £2 on matchday prices. You can buy online or from the ticket office.
For Saturday's game it's £1 for under-18s when buying before midnight on Friday. Use the voucher code QUIDKID online to take advantage of this brilliant offer in all areas of the stadium.
Fans who have pre-purchased tickets for the Autovillage Stand, Paddock, Tunnel and Speedy Skips Stand can collect from the matchday collection point at the portakabin in the car park next to the bowling club. Tickets for the Colin Farmer Stand can be collected from the collection point outside the Parklands turnstiles.
If choosing to buy on the day, buy for the Colin Farmer Stand from next to the Parklands turnstiles, or for the Autovillage Stand from the ticket office. All standing tickets are available to buy from the portakabin in the car park.
You can buy tickets all day in the lead up to kick-off from the ticket office, while they go offline on the internet at midday.
The big interview in Saturday's match programme is with on loan defender Mattie Pollock who discusses his time at the club so far, his experiences since joining his parent club Watford, his father Jamie's former top flight career and more.
There's also an interview with Kyle Vassell, the thoughts of Michael Duff, chairman David Bloxham pens his regular notes plus loads of other great reads to enjoy alongside your matchday.
The programme is available to purchase around the stadium at a price of £3 and can also be bought online.
Social media: Follow @CTFCofficial on Twitter for team news and updates, CTFC on Facebook for score updates and @CTFCofficial on Instagram.
Website: Read the match report post-match and see reaction to the result from inside the camp.
Radio: Tune in to live commentary on BBC Radio Gloucestershire and on iFollow.
Highlights: Watch extended highlights on iFollow, on YouTube, Quest and on Sky Sports.