John Sheridan will take a strong squad to Staveley Miners Welfare for Saturday's opening pre-season fixture.
The match, which kicks off at 3pm, will provide Spireites fans with their first opportunity to see some of the new signings turn out in a Chesterfield shirt.
The likes of Anthony Gerrard, David Buchanan and Liam Mandeville are expected to feature at Inkersall Road as the Spireites begin their build-up to the opening game of the season on August 3.
Admission is priced at just £5 for adults and £3 for concessions with Under-16s admitted free of charge.
Staveley Miners Welfare FC
Nickname: The Trojans
Stadium: Inkersall Road: 5,000 (220 seated)
The club was founded in 1962 and was initially a Sunday League team. They played friendly matches for three years, before joining the Mansfield League. In 1968, they joined the Chesterfield League. In 1989, the club started playing Saturday football in the Chesterfield and District Amateur League.
In 1991, they moved up to the Sheffield and Hallamshire County Senior League and won Division Three and Division Two in their first two seasons.
In 1993, they joined the Supreme Division of the Central Midlands League. After finishing third in 1996/97, they were accepted into Division One of the Northern Counties East League. After finishing second in their first season, they were promoted to the Northern Counties East League Premier Division.
They have moved in between the two divisions but are currently in the Northern Counties East League Premier Division, which is the ninth tier of English football.