Following the Aviva Premiership game against London Irish on Saturday, the traditional Cherry Pickers against ShedWeb fixture will take place at Kingsholm.
It's a game that has followed the final home fixture of the season for some years now, and always proves popular with supporters who stick around to cheer the guys on.
The Cherry Pickers team this year will feature a number of Gloucester Legends, including the likes of Peter Buxton, Kevin Dunn, Dave Sims, Dave Watling, Lee Forty, Jim Breeze, Cormack O'Donoghue, Scott Benton and Laurie Beck amongst others
They will be ably supported by a number of back room staff who will include Dave Spencer, Paul Williams, Paul Webb, Derrick Morgan, Larry Cummings, Malcolm Preedy and Steve Mills.
The Shed team will include Russ Brookes (capt), James Wingate, Chris Williams, Lawrence Landray, Neil Burdus, Paul Thomas, Zack Morris, Doug Stewart, Sean Gee, Andy Tee, Jez Wilson, George Hall, Paul Warren, James Eastwood and Dan Sadler.
The Gloucester Rugby Ticket office can advise that the club's initial allocation of tickets for the European Rugby Challenge Cup Final has sold out. However, the club has secured an additional allocation of tickets from EPCR which will go on sale on Monday.
Following Saturday evening's exciting European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final victory over Exeter Chiefs, the Ticket Office at Kingsholm will be open on Sunday from 11am to 3pm for Club Members to purchase tickets for the Final.
Gloucester Rugby qualified for their first European final since 2006 as they defeated the in-form Exeter Chiefs by 30 points to 19 in a thrilling semi-final at Kingsholm on Saturday evening. The club photographer caught the best of the action.
Recent meetings between these two teams have often been thrillers, and this was no exception. It went down to the final few minutes, but Gloucester produced the goods when it mattered to qualify for the European Rugby Challenge Cup Final, beating Exeter 30-19.
Gloucester will wonder how on earth they left the Stoop empty handed on Saturday afternoon, as two late yellow cards led to two Harlequins tries and a 29-26 win for the home team who had trailed for long periods.