Last season was a successful one for Gloucester United, when several sparkling performances saw them qualify for the A League semi-finals until they unfortunately came unstuck against a strong Harlequins side.
With the JP Morgan Premiership 7s having already showcased some of the young talent within the Gloucester squad, these games are another chance to see the a number of players staking a claim for first team rugby.
Worcester Cavaliers will arrive at Kingsholm targeting revenge after Gloucester United ran in fourteen tries in last season's opener to the competition. The Cherry and Whites returned home from Sixways with an 82-0 victory.
This season, Monday evenings will be a great way to come to Kingsholm and cheer on the side.
The games, which are free for Season Ticket holders, £5 for adults and just a pound for Under 16s - are a perfect way to feed a rugby addiction at Kingsholm.
Gloucester host two games in the Northern Conference, with Worcester first to arrive and Newcastle making the trip to Kingsholm on October 7th.