The Kingsholm ground, which was first opened in 1891 following the purchase of 7 acres of the Castle Grim estate, is famous world wide.
The book attempts to capture something of the special place that the club holds in the city, the stories, the characters and the landmark matches. What is the true story of the famous Cherry and White strip? What happened when the circus came to town?
Star players of each era are highlighted and a selected few Gloucester Greats are featured.
Almost certainly, but it wouldn't be a book about Gloucester Rugby if it didn't provoke a few arguments.
The book has been produced by the Gloucester Rugby Community Heritage Project. And Malc King, project chairman, said:
"We have put together a digest of what we have judged to be some of the most interesting stories drawn from the Clubs archives. We hope an entertaining read for all Gloucester supporters and indeed all rugby enthusiasts."
The proceeds from the sale of the book will go back into the Gloucester Rugby Community Heritage Project (www. gloucesterrugbyheritage.org.uk) which is dedicated to the preservation of the history of Gloucester Rugby Club and to rugby themed educational projects within the community.
The book will be on sale from December. To reserve a copy visit the club shop or order online at www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk