GARY Mills and Darron Gee – the 2012 double-Wembley winning management team – will take charge of York City’s Legends team in August’s fundraising charity match against an All-Star XI.

The pair will be able to choose from six of the squad – Jon Challinor, Michael Ingham, Scott Kerr, David McGurk, Jamie Reed and Chris Smith – that helped Mills and Gee guide the Minstermen back into the Football League and lift the FA Trophy six years ago.

Along with Ingham, Kerr and McGurk, there will also be four other City players – Steve Bushell, Barry Jones, Andy McMillan and Steve Tutill – who have been crowned Billy Fenton Memorial Trophy winners as past Clubmen of the Year on the Legends’ roster.

Tony Canham – a member of the mid-1980s Denis Smith squad that held the mighty Liverpool to a 1-1 FA Cup draw at Bootham Crescent and Alan Little’s team that helped the club to Wembley glory in 1993 – will feature too, while heroes from the club’s 1970s’ second division team Graeme Crawford, Chris Jones and Chris Topping will be in attendance at the game, which will be staged at Tadcaster Albion on Sunday, August 5.

Also confirmed for the City side are Paddy Atkinson, Andy Bishop, Lee Bullock, Neil Campbell, Nick Culkin, Iain Dunn, Andy Ferrell, John Fielding, Luke Foster, Christian Fox, Russ Howarth, Darren Kelly, Dean Lisles, Chris Porter, Shaun Reid, Dave Spofforth, Darren Williams and Greg Young.

The match, which has been organised by City’s Supporters’ Trust, will form part of a wider Family Fun Day at the i2i Stadium that will include several children’s fairground rides, craft stalls and a fully-licensed bar, with doors opening at 12:30pm and activities continuing into the early evening.

Admission for the match and fun day will be £5 for adults and £2 for under-16 children or £10 for a family of four.

With demand expected to be high, fans are advised to buy tickets in advance by visiting

Subject to availability, tickets will also be available on the day.

Proceeds will be split between City’s Supporters’ Trust and The Offside Trust – an organisation that aims to combat child abuse in sport.

Entries are also being taken for the Trust's inaugural FootGolf Tournament on Sunday, July 8.

It tees off at 1.30pm and will be held at the Skelton Park centre on Shipton Road.

The event is open to anybody aged eight and above, with entry costing £13 for adults, £10 for Under-16s and £30 for a family pass of one adult and up to three juniors.

Twelve holes will be played on the day with junior and adult competitions taking place.

Payment can be made via PayPal to and more information is available @YCSFootGolfDay on Twitter or by contacting Tom Outing at or by calling 07919933701.