YORK City have confirmed details for their ‘Farewell Bootham Crescent’ charity match to take place on Saturday, April 24 (3pm).

Supporters will take to the field for a game managed by two ex-players, with all proceeds going to support the York Teaching Hospital Charity and the York City Football Club Academy.

Thirty individual playing spots will be available for supporters to purchase at the set price of £100 with further spots to be auctioned off for team captains and linesmen. Match and team sponsorship is also available.

Participants will play 90 minutes plus penalties on the hallowed turf with a qualified referee in the middle, shirts with names and numbers, teamsheets, photographs and match footage all included for each player.

Due to the current restrictions, the match will be played behind closed doors, but a YouTube livestream will be available with commentary from PA announcer Rob Havercroft.

Charity match items will go live on the York City online store at midday today.

Raffle tickets will also be sold for the chance to participate in the final floodlight switch on scheduled for Tuesday, April 27.

l Picture: Gordon Clayton