Scunthorpe United are to host a family open day at Glanford Park on Sunday 29th July from 12 noon and are inviting members of the public to join in the activities happening throughout the afternoon.
It will give people the chance to meet and have their shirts signed by the first team players as well as enjoying all sorts of fun thats on offer.
Live entertainment will be performed from the field area from Grace Bower and Route East, along with demonstrations from Twin Tigers Martial Arts group.
Children's games and activities will be on offer at the funfair as well as rides and a variety of refreshments.
Scunthorpe United Trust will host fun football activity sessions from 12noon-2pm on the field and range of stalls and presentations stands will be around to visit.
Ample parking will be available on the day with something being promised for all the family.
From 3pm there will be a benifit match for Cliff Byrne which tickest can be bought for;
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