They will also be joined by the likes of former Ireland centre Kevin Maggs and England lock Simon Shaw as well as some of the brightest local club talent from the city.
Coached by Hartpury's director of rugby Allan Lewis and legendary Kingsholm prop and now Cinderford's director of rugby, Andy Deacon, the Presidents XV will face the Combined Services in an Armistice Day memorial game at Kingsholm on Tuesday 8 November (7.45pm).
Gloucester's managing director Ken Nottage said he was thrilled the club was able to stage such a game:
"I am very grateful to Allan Lewis, Hartpury's director of rugby and Andy Deacon, DOR at Cinderford, who have given up their time to coach such a great selection of former Gloucester players and to Mike Burton who has provided invaluable support and assistance in recruiting the side.
"As a club, we are delighted to be hosting a game for such a great cause."
Mike Burton, the former England and Lions prop, added:
"Gloucester has always been a club that has identified its local talent through the Combination clubs and this game will celebrate that fact by bringing together the very best of past and present players - I can't think of a better way to celebrate the Combination's 100th birthday.
"If I can get Simon Shaw back from Rugby World Cup unscathed, this game will give him the chance to get some game-time before he plays for the Barbarians against Australia later in November, while Rodrigo Roncero has a flexible contract with Stade Francais and he is delighted to be involved.
"But I think the greatest challenge will be seeing how Andy Deacon copes with 20 minutes off the bench and whether he is now faster than Terry Fanolua! "
Alongside the likes of Fidler, who is currently with at Old Patesians, Chris Hall from Coney Hill, Jack Preece from Old Centralians and Rory Teague who started out with Spartans and now plays at Cinderford, will also be invited.
Gloucester's president Alan Townsend, added:
"I think this is a fabulous concept and I am sure will go a long way to cementing our already fantastic relationship with the Imjin Barracks as well as providing local boys with the opportunity to wear the Gloucester shirt alongside real legends of the club.
"The club have personalised this game by creating a one-off shirt with a single red poppy on the chest in a silent tribute to our servicemen.
"There will be a band before the game and at half-time and I think it will be a great celebration of local rugby talent for a great cause."
Former Gloucester, England and British & Irish Lions legend Phil Vickery, who will be at the game, added: "A game like this fits in with Gloucester's profile as a community-based, caring club - I think it will be a great occasion."
Gloucester Rugby will be offering season ticket holders and Armed Forces card holders a £3 discount and a £2 early bird discount for everyone which means tickets are available from £10 to sit or £5 to stand.
Tickets for non-season ticket holders at priced at £15 for seating and £10 for standing and also qualify for the Early bird discount if purchased before Monday 5pm on the 7th of November .
To book a ticket or for more information, visit www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk/tickets or call 0871 871 8781.
There will be a collection by the British Legion during the evening.