The League Two play-off campaign kicks off for Cheltenham Town on Thursday with a semi-final first leg clash at Northampton Town.
Michael Duff's side face two matches against the Cobblers, with Exeter City and Colchester United facing one another in the other semi-final for the chance to play at Wembley Stadium in a one-off tie to see which clubs becomes the fourth from League Two to make it into next season's League One line-up.
As the build up to the play-offs continues we've pulled together some important information for supporters and any queries they may have in the lead up to the club's upcoming play-off games.
When are they taking place?
The first leg takes place at Northampton's PTS Academy Stadium on Thursday 18 June with a 7.45pm kick-off.
The second leg is at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Monday 22 June with an 8pm kick-off.
For those teams that make the final, it is taking place at Wembley Stadium on Monday 29 June at 7.30pm.
Stay at home
Both matches are strictly behind closed doors. Please do not make any attempt to visit the stadiums at either venue as there will be security in place and all entrances will be locked.
Fans are encouraged to stay at home and to watch the game on Sky Sports or listen to radio coverage.
How can I watch it?
Sky Sports have exclusive rights to show the play-off matches. They will not be available to watch on iFollow.
You can watch Sky Sports with a subcription or NOW TV also offer a package for accessing Sky Sports' channels.
If you want to listen to the game there will be full match commentary on BBC Radio Gloucestershire and TalkSport.
You can also follow our social media channels for match updates on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, as well as visiting ctfc.com post-match for a report and reaction from inside the camp.
For the second leg at home we will be producing our first ever digital match programme.
This will be available to buy from the online club shop at a cost of £2.50.
It will be a 60-page edition featuring exclusive interviews, a look back at an eventful season, a celebration of the supporters who have helped contribute towards our various Crowdfunder campaigns and much more.
Fans will be able to save it to their devices digitally and can also print it off at home if they wish to keep a paper copy.