Both sides are very much in the promotion picture and this is a game that Hartpury must win if they want to keep it that way. Hartpury's side is led by former Gloucester stalwart Chris Fortey, now a staff member at the College.
Koree Britton, Dan Robson and Ryan Mills are good examples of current Gloucester players who were playing for Hartpury RFC as recently as last season. Slightly further back, the college has been home to Tom Savage, Jonny May, Henry Trinder, Dave Lewis and Charlie Sharples.
Admission is just £5 per person and parking and access to the clubhouse is available.
Alternatively, the Hartpury U18 team represent Gloucester in the AASE league, a competition between 12 English colleges who are each connected with a leading English club on Wednesday 17th April kick off 7.15pm.
Hartpury have won the AASE competition every year since its creation and are currently on an unbeaten run that stretches back more than 40 matches. In their last match they defeated the Georgia national U18 side in a match remarkable for its pace, physicality and intensity.
This year's competition has reached the semi-final stage and Hartpury has a home tie with South Gloucestershire & Stroud College (formerly Filton).
Hartpury's U18 squad is packed with players who represented Gloucester in this year's inaugural U18 Premiership competition, including Gloucester U18 captain and England U18 international Lewis Ludlow.
A Hartpury win will see them reach the AASE championship final, which will be held at the new Saracens ground in north London.
Admission and parking free of charge.