Plymouth Argyle are hoping fans will turn out in force for Romain Larrieu's testimonial match against QPR at Home Park on Wednesday.
The Pilgrims' popular French goalkeeper has been with the Devon club for over 10 years and his long service is being marked with a friendly clash against Neil Warnock's Premier League newcomers.
Three nominated charities - The Mustard Tree Macmillan Centre, CATS Community Action Through Sport and Jeremiah's Journey - will benefit from the event.
Larrieu's testimonial committee have produced a 52-page souvenir match programme for the game, with contributions from former managers, team-mates and fans, with each copy being signed personally by the 34-year-old.
Turnstiles will open at 6.15pm on Wednesday evening. Pre-match entertainment consists of an exhibition game by the Argyle Ladies teams (6.20pm), followed by a performance from local band Weapons of Sound from 7.10pm.
Larrieu's former Argyle team-mate David Friio will also be in attendance on the night.
Tickets can be purchased in advance from the testimonial website, where more information on the events planned is available, while fans can also pay on the day at Home Park.