Cheltenham Town face FA Cup action for the first time this season on Saturday when Michael Duff’s side make the trip to Kent to take on Ebbsfleet United.
Kick-off at The Kufflink Stadium is at 3pm and all supporters making the journey can pay on the day to gain entry.
It’ll be the two clubs first meeting since the 1996/97 Southern Premier Division campaign when the Robins gained promotion to the Football Conference. Saturday’s opponents played under their previous title of ‘Gravesend & Northfleet’ back then ahead of the switch to their current name in 2007.
Ticket prices for Saturday’s fixture are:
Juniors (aged 12-16): £7
Under 12s: £1
Supporters coaches will leave from the Jonny-Rocks Stadium at 10am, costing £16/£14 for members of the Travel Club. Non-members will be £18/£16.
Segregation will be in place and Cheltenham fans can enter the stadium through the away end opposite the Shell Garage and Ford dealership.
The National League club have today announced the departure of their manager Daryl McMahon by mutual consent after three-and-a-half years in charge.
For full updates, team news and views from inside the camp keep an eye on the club website and social media channels ahead of this weekend’s trip.