Ahead of our Sky Bet League Two Junior Takeover Day fixture with Stevenage on Saturday, we are able to inform supporters of the variety of events for all supporters around the 90 minutes of football.
From midday, we have games, food stalls and other activities commmencing in the University of Lincoln and Family Fan Zone, which are located behind the Bridge McFarland Stand.
More about the Family Fan Zone, including the numerous selfie opportunities and the chance to win a signed Lincoln City shirt, can be read in the previously published article, which is linked above.
Saturday is also Junior Takeover Day, where members of staff across the club will see youngsters takeover their roles.
From Junior Danny and Nicky Cowley's to a Junior Police Officer, our selected Junior Imps will be working alongside staff throughout the day.
On The Ball and Red Box Project Collection
On The Ball believe period products should be readily available and accessible at no extra cost, and aim to put periods into public consciousness and create discussion on menstruation.
Both organisations then provide free period products to females attending Lincoln City Football Club and local primary and secondary schools.
For more information ahead of the day, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Food options alongside R&N Catering
Curry Jacks (gluten-free), Kind Kebab (vegan-friendly), Waffler On The Go and Good Grub Catering will be serving a variety of food options within the University of Lincoln Fan Zone.
Meanwhile, BanZai Street Food Truck will be serving Japanese Street Food inside the Stadium, between the Co-op Stand and the Bridge McFarland Stand.
Waffler On The Go will also be open for service in the same area inside the stadium.
Imps Former Players Association
We have two FPA members present on Saturday who were ever-presents in City's side from 1995 for almost a decade.
Jason Barnett made over 200 appearances for the Imps between 1995 and 2002, and Paul Mayo made just shy of 200 appearances across two spells between the 1999/00 season and 2007.
Barnett will be fondly remembered by City supporters for his part in the 1997/98 promotion season, while Mayo was a key figure during the Imps' play-off years under Keith Alexander's management, including an iconic goal against Scunthorpe United in the 2002/03 semi-final first leg.
The former Imps will be in the Fan Zone from 2pm to meet City supporters.
Young, local guitarist and vocalist Brandon Ranby will be performing at the University of Lincoln Fan Zone throughout the afternoon.
These will be on sale around Sincil Bank Stadium throughout the day, including the chance to win a fantastic prize from James Usher, with the winners' announced over the PA at half-time.
If you miss the numbers, these will be shared on our social platforms post-match.