Gloucester's fourth Festival of Rugby kicks off on the 29th August, in time for the new season, and runs until the 13th September.
To get another year's rugby off to a great start and mark the fact Gloucester will host a game in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the City Museum and Art Gallery is running an exhibition throughout the Festival including memorabilia from the 1991 game.
Organisers are asking for memorabilia from the auspicious occasion on the 8th October 1991 or any other interesting rugby items to be donated for the exhibition.
Festival organisers say there are already some special exhibits lined up for this year's display, but are urging fans to come forward to make sure the exhibition is the best yet.
Paul James, leader of Gloucester City Council said: "In common with the rest of the Festival events, we want to make this year's memorabilia exhibition the biggest and best yet. Exhibits can be related to Gloucester Rugby Club or any other local club - programmes, shirts, letters. Everything will be welcomed and credit given."
Any memorabilia loaned will be catalogued by Museum staff and returned at the end of the two-week exhibition. Admission is free and the museum is open 10am-5pm, Tuesday-Saturday.
Items for the Festival can be taken directly to the City Museum and Art Gallery. For more information contact Michael Hunt on 01452 396374 or visit www.gloucester.gov.uk/rugby.
Speaking after the game, Charlie Sharples described it as 'the win that has eluded us.' The winger stressed that Gloucester had stayed positive after the first couple of weeks of the Aviva Premiership season and the 26-13 victory over Sale was a result of that focus.
Gloucester Rugby picked up their first win of the new Aviva Premiership season on Friday night, easing to a 26-13 win on the road at Sale Sharks. Director of Rugby David Humphreys was full of praise for his players on the night.
Defence Coach Jonny Bell was on media duties ahead of the Aviva Premiership fixture at Sale Sharks on Friday evening, and spoke about where Gloucester find themselves in terms of their form at the moment as well as how he's viewing their defensive displays so far.
Callum Braley, who skippered Gloucester United to a 22-19 Aviva Premiership A League win over Saracens Storm on Monday evening, paid tribute to his forwards and the younger players in what he described as not the prettiest of wins.
A desperately disappointing afternoon for Gloucester who, despite dominating possession and territory, were guilty of failing to make the most of it against a resolute Newcastle defence before the visitors pounced to snatch the win in the second half.
Mariano Galarza and Ross Moriarty are both back from injury as Gloucester entertain the Newcastle Falcons at Kingsholm in the Aviva Premiership (Saturday, kick off 3pm). Willi Heinz will skipper the side from scrum-half.