Young Chester FC fans will have the chance to fulfill some important match day roles around the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on Saturday.
As part of the Junior Blues Takeover Day this weekend for the visit of Lincoln City, youngsters will be taking on the jobs such as media officer, stadium announcer, security officer and even their very own chairwoman.
The takeover coincides with a joint initiative between the club and the Community Trust, whereby local football teams are encouraged to come and support the blues.
Children will have the opportunity to meet the players and club mascot Lupus for photos and autographs and also take part in a parade around the pitch at half-time, in their own club colours, to showcase the excellent work of junior football clubs across Chester, Cheshire West and Flintshire.
Chester FC community director Alan Povey said: "This Saturday, the Junior Blues are delighted to be giving some of its young members an opportunity to get closer to what goes on, on a match day behind the scenes.
"We will have juniors working with the media guys, on the PA, with the Trust plus much more. Even the programme cover has been designed by a Junior Blue.
"One of the key aspirations of the Junior Blues' team is to make sure all our youngsters feel as involved as possible with the football club and that they know their support is appreciated; hopefully Saturday will be an opportunity to show that appreciation.
"This is just the first of many exciting initiatives we have planned and to hear about them first, we encourage parents to sign up their children. This season we are allowing 0-4 year olds to sign up for free and 5-15 years remain at just £5."