Norwich City Fans Social Club are set to hold their latest event with a trio of Canary legends at Carrow Road on Thursday, January 18.
Bryan Gunn, Jamie Cureton and Bill Punton will be the special guests as they give insight into life at the Canaries, in the event held in the Top of the Terrace.
Scotsman Punton was a star player for City in the 1960s, before becoming known to a new audience in the 1990s when he led Diss Town to FA Vase glory at Wembley.
Legendary goalkeeper Gunn starred for the Canaries in the famous 1993 UEFA Cup run while racking up in excess of 400 appearances in all competitions.
His legacy off the field includes raising over £1m for leukaemia research and support, with son Angus following his father's footsteps by currently operating between the sticks for Daniel Farke's side.
Finally, Cureton emerged from the club's youth set-up to beome a cult hero when famously dying his hair green for a derby meeting with Ipswich Town.
Cureton had two spells for Norwich, scoring prolifically for many teams, and at the age of 42 recently joined Southern Premier League outfit Bishop's Stortford.
The evening will be hosted by another City legend in the form of Darren Eadie, with the audience able to quiz the panel on whatever topics they fancy.
Doors will be open at 7pm ahead of a 7:30pm start, with on-the-door admission priced at £3 for adults and £1 for children.
All proceeds will go to the Community Sports Foundation, with a raffle also aiding this cause.
For more information about the fans' social club visit www.ncfsc.co.uk, or follow their Twitter or Facebook.