Gloucester Rugby will be hosting an exclusive event on Friday for all club members ahead of Saturday's pre-season fixture with Yorkshire Carnegie.
At the event, the club will be announcing the club captain for the new season as well as the first look at the new away shirt for this season.
Friday's event is also an opportunity for our members to see the new look squad in action as they prepare for the first taste of action against Yorkshire Carnegie on Saturday by watching the team's training session.
Following this, there will be a Q&A with Director of Rugby David Humphreys and members of the coaching team and first team squad.
There will be an opportunity to meet the players during the event and get their autographs on any items you wish to bring along with you. This will take place in the Shogun Bar in the Mira Showers stand.
The Kingsholm turnstiles open at 10:30am, and those attending must bring their club membership card with them to gain entry, and the event will end at approximately 1pm.
Entry will be gained through Gate 2 (Kingsholm Road next to club shop) and any club member that has yet to receive their club membership card is asked to contact the ticket office on 0871 871 8781 for information on entry.
Everybody at Gloucester Rugby looks forward to welcoming you to Kingsholm ahead of the new season.
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