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.
Willi Heinz scored Gloucester's second try as the Cherry and Whites overturned a disappointing first 40 minutes and 0-6 half time deficit, to earn a 26-18 Aviva Premiership victory over Bristol Rugby on Saturday.
It's the first Gloucester-Bristol derby at Kingsholm in over eight years this Saturday (kick off 4:30pm) and, previewing the game with the local media this week, Defence Coach Jonny Bell stressed that, with both teams in the bottom half of the table, they both need the points.
Speaking to the local media this week, Gloucester front rower John Afoa knows the challenge ahead this week against Bristol, and calls on the Cherry and Whites to make the most of home advantage as a determined squad look to bounce back from a narrow loss to Saracens.
Tom Savage speaks to GRTV and the local media as Gloucester went down by 24-20 at Saracens on Sunday afternoon. The second row was disappointed with the result, despite a strong showing from the hosts.
Speaking immediately after the game, skipper Willi Heinz thought that Gloucester had executed their game plan reasonably well and competed hard against Saracens. However, it wasn't enough but the squad will have plenty to work on this week ahead of the derby match against Bristol.
Gloucester may be coming off their best win of the season, the 38-16 victory over Wasps last weekend, but Director of Rugby David Humphreys admits that Sunday's trip to Saracens is an even tougher test.
Talk about a game of two halves. Things looked grim on Saturday as Gloucester trailed 0-6 to Bristol at half-time. However, Matt Scott's eighth try of the season got Gloucester off and running, and the visitors fell apart as the Cherry and Whites eased to a 26-18 bonus point Aviva Premiership win.