Gloucester Rugby supporters will have the opportunity to meet all of the players at the annual pre-season family open-day at Kingsholm on Sunday 21 August.
The event will open at 11.30am and will have a schedule of superb activities for everyone through to 3pm in the afternoon.
The annual open day has proved a huge success in recent years, and as well as offering the chance to meet all of the players, there will also be opportunities to look behind the scenes at the Club's Kingsholm ground.
The entire first team squad will be available for photos, chats and autographs, and there will be guided stadium tours with players, a question and answer session with the new signings, and the BBC Radio Gloucestershire summer roadshow in attendance.
The FREE family fun day is open to everyone and will offer a great day out for all ages. There will also be kicking competitions, inflatables, quizzes, raffles, a tug of war against some of the first team pack and as always, one of the highlights of the day will be a children's interactive skills session with the whole first team squad.
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