Season ticket holders have the opportunity to play in a match against a team of former Cheltenham Town heroes, including some from the team of 1999, at the club's upcoming Open Day on Sunday 28 July (11am-1pm).
A 40 minute friendly game between former Robins players that have helped played their part in the club's history, and a team of season ticket holders, will round-up a packed Open Day that will offer fans the chance to meet the players and management ahead of the new season.
Sky Sports News presenter Ed Draper will also host a Q&A session with manager Michael Duff, chairman Andy Wilcox, a member of the playing squad and Gloucestershire Live's Jon Palmer, while kids will be able to take part in one of the three coaching sessions taking place across the Open Day - led by the Academy, Ladies team and Community Trust coaching staff.
There will be an opportunity for fans to collect their purchased season tickets and to purchase merchandise from a pop up club shop.
Music on the day will be provided by DJ Shippers and mental health charity Mind will also be in attendance.
The Community Trust speed gun will be on site to test the power of your shooting skills.
Season ticket holders who are interested in playing in the match against the heroes of 1999 need to email in to request a place in the team. Entrants will be entered into a ballot and a team will be drawn at random to take part.
If you would like to enter send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Open Day will be taking place at the club's training ground on Quat Goose Lane in Swindon Village.