Despite their superior age, Keith Scott believes the Wycombe Legends side can give a South Bucks XI a run for their money at Adams Park on Saturday.
Scott, Steve Guppy, Steve Brown, Dave Carroll and Paul Hyde are just some of the Wanderers’ former stars that will take on a side made up of players from Penn Tylers and Flackwell Heath (k.o. 3pm).
e told wwfc.com: “We’re all looking forward to getting together again as we always do, on and off the field.
“We’ll have a good catch up before the game, enjoy playing alongside each other and then afterwards we’ll have a few beers and share a joke about the old times.
“We’re all eager to come back but after 20 or 30 minutes, I’m sure we’ll realise it is a young man’s sport!”
He added: ““It’s a new era at the club and the people that are running the club are all supporters.
“Wycombe Wanderers is a big part of the community and that was the thinking behind playing against a team made up of players from two established teams from the area.
“Last year against Reading was fantastic, but I think this one will have more of a competitive edge to it.
“Maybe we’ve bitten off more than we can chew in terms of the opposition, but we’ll give it a good go. We may be 46, 47, 50, but we want to win the game.
“Hopefully it’ll be good weather, people will come down and we’ll all enjoy the day.”
Admission is reduced for those who have already purchased season tickets for the 2013/14 campaign, with adult tickets priced at £5 and U16 tickets at just £1.
Tickets for those who are yet to sign up are £8 for adults and £2 for U16s.
Book by calling 01494 441118 or visiting the Information Centre Adams Park in person.