Bryan Redpath and Carl Hogg took the squad for their final training session ahead of Saturday's opening preseason friendly against the Scarlets before the squad started to wrap up their preparations.
The players then started to sign specially produced poster A1 size posters as well as a host of replica shirts worn by some excited youngsters and posed for dozens of photos.
Once the signing session was over, Gloucester Rugby's Community Department then took a group of young aspiring players onto the hallowed Kingsholm turf for an energetic training session.
The event was a huge success according to Gloucester Rugby's Marketing Manager, Anna Mitchell:
"With it being the school holidays and our competitive season fast approaching, we thought it'd be an ideal opportunity to allow some of our younger supporters to get to meet their heroes."
"As it turned out, we had supporters of all ages turn up on the day and the posters seemed to be particularly popular."
"We're delighted with how the morning went and thanks to Bryan and the players who gave up a lot more of their time than we actually originally asked them for."
There will be another chance to meet the first team squad at Kingsholm when the club holds its annual open day at Kingsholm on Bank Holiday Monday.
Following on from the successful event which was held at Gloucester Docks last August, the players will again be on hand to pose for pictures and sign autographs.
There will be an opportunity to purchase merchandise and season tickets, the Community department will have a number of fun activities for kids lined up and there will be a number of other stands manned by some of the club's sponsors.
The event will start from around 1:30pm.