THIS weekend's league fixture with local rivals Bewdley Town will mark a special day in the calendar for Worcester City.

Saturday's clash at Claines Lane will celebrate the fan ownership of Worcester City on what has been designated as ''Club and Owners Day'.

All fans have been challenged to bring an extra two people to the game, specifically those who may not have seen a game before or have not been in a long time.

The hope is to connect the people of the city with the football side once more and produce the biggest crowd of the season.

There will be extra activities taking place from when the ground opens at 1pm including the 'Club Penalty Shoot Out' which anyone can take part in.

Buskers will also be in attendance to help create a festival mood ahead of kick-off which is at 3pm and sees City looking to maintain their recent good form and cement their place in the play-off places.

The fun will recommence after the game when the final of the penalty shoot out will take place.

Spectators will have a chance to meet and greet the players after the game as well as catch the highlights from the fixture.

There will also be a first for the club as the first 'Poetry Open Mic Slam' starts at 5.30pm, where the Worcestershire Poet Laureate will read a specially written poem for the club.

Supporters are asked to wear the club colours (blue and white) as much as possible, as well as scarves, hats and any other paraphernalia kicking about.

Banners and flags are all welcome as Worcester City look to put on a show off the pitch as well as on it.

Tickets are selling fast and anyone who is thinking of attending should do so quickly by purchasing online to avoid disappointment.