Ahead of Bank Holiday Monday's league fixture against Tranmere Rovers, we are able to provide supporters with information around the 90 minutes of football at Sincil Bank.
The University of Lincoln Fan Zone will be open from midday, and there will be a variety of differing food and drink items on sale within the UoL Fan Zone and within the stadium.
Our Charity partners, Linkage, will have a stall in the UoL Fan Zone, and will be around the stadium throughout the day with collection buckets, so please dig deep for a wonderful cause!
The Family Fan Zone will have a variety of stalls and activities for our younger supporters to test themselves on, with guests from the Imps FPA also visiting the UoL Fan Zone.
Imps FPA guests will be 90s favourties Mark Hone and Paul Miller, alongside Gavin Gordon and Warren Ward.
Food and Drink options
R&N Catering will be providing the food and drink options within the stadium, and in the University of Lincoln Fan Zone.
Curry Jacks, BanZai Thai Street Food and Kind Kebab will be available for supporters throughout the day at Sincil Bank Stadium.
There will also be Coddy Cones' Ice Cream Van available for supporters on what's forecast to be a warm afternoon in Lincoln.
Meanwhile, Back Garden Bakery will also have a stall, selling a variety of sweet goods.
Family Fan Zone
The Inflatable Speed Shot machine will be making an appearance in the Family Fan Zone, while the Tension VR game will also be available for supporters to test their skills.
There will also be numerous other activities, including the Reaction Game and various selfie board opportunities.
Local junior team Birchwood Chargers will be forming a Guard of Honour as the two teams enter the field on Monday.
We will have a range of stars present through the day in the Buildbase Legends Lounge and University of Lincoln Fan Zone.
Paul Miller, an ever-present during the late 1990s and early 2000s, will be making the trip north from Cheltenham on Saturday.
Mark Hone, who made 66 appearances for the Imps between 1996 and 1998, was part of the promotion winning team of 1998.
Mark's part of a unique club at Sincil Bank, whereby he and his son have both played for the Imps.
Alongside side the duo, we will have former strikers Gavin Gordon and Warren Ward.