DANIEL PARSLOW'S benefit match on Wednesday evening will not be an all-ticket affair.

Supporters will be able to turn up and pay on the gate for the game, which kicks off 7.30pm at Bootham Crescent.

Adult tickets are priced at £10, with seniors, students and under-18s all £5. With a disabled-plus-carer ticket, the carer goes free.

The 33-year-old Parslow spent more than 11 years with the Minstermen over two spells before being forced into retirement by a head injury sustained in February this year.

He ranks 10th on the club's all-time appearances list and is the only player to have won the Billy Fenton Memorial Clubman of the Year award on three separate occasions.

Parslow is named in the Wembley Twice squad, managed by Gary Mills and Darren Gee, alongside current City players Paddy McLaughlin and Adriano Moke.

The opposition All Stars are managed by Martin Foyle and Andy Porter, and feature names such as Russ Penn, Richard Cresswell and Jon Parkin.

Of the occasion, the present York City manager Steve Watson commented: "It's great for Dan himself, and his family, obviously, and for the supporters to see some of the old faces that have had success for them in the past.

"Hopefully it'll be a chance to see them in a season where we can try and bring success as well.

"It'll be a great occasion for Dan and his family."

Other activities mooted for Parslow's benefit year include a dinner at York Racecourse in March and a golf day, as well as more intimate gatherings, such as Q&A sessions.