The club's annual Open Day will take place this Sunday, with supporters invited to attend the Proact Stadium from 11am to 4pm.
The event will feature an opportunity for fans to meet the players and secure their autographs, together with various other attractions.
In the car park, there will be a chance to take part in the Tommy Lee Challenge and measure the speed of shots in the speed cage.
Youngsters from the Emerging Talent Centre and the academy will be showcasing their skills on the pitch and fans will be able to visit the home dressing room, where the players' shirts will be hung up.
Interviews with some of the players and manager Gary Caldwell will take place at various intervals.
There will be a heritage display in the SBK Computers Spires Restaurant, where fans will also be able to view some of the 'Badly Drawn Spires' player images.
Community radio station Spire Radio will be broadcasting live from the event and there will also be an appearance from the club mascot, Chester.
The new home and away shirts and a wide range of other Spireites merchandise will be on sale in the Club Superstore.
The ticket office will also also open, giving fans an opportunity to buy season tickets or collect ones already ordered. Those who are eligible for the book of vouchers will also be able to collect them.
The event is free to attend and it promises to be a great day so don't miss out!