Legends of Scottish football will line up in Fife to pay tribute to an icon of the game.
Former players of Dunfermline Athletic and Celtic will lace up their boots once more to pay tribute to Jock Stein, who managed both clubs.
Taking place at East End Park on September 6, the match will mark 30 years since the passing of one of the game’s greatest managers and raise funds for charity.
Stein is still regarded as a one of the greatest figures in British football 30 years after his death.
After leading Dunfermline to the Scottish Cup in 1961, he took the Pars into Europe, claiming the scalp of English giants Everton in the Fairs Cup.
After a spell at Hibs he moved to Glasgow in 1965 to take the reins at Celtic.
As well as establishing domestic dominance of the game, Stein’s place in history was assured when he guided Celtic to the European Cup in 1967.
In 1978, he took charge of the Scotland team, leading the nation to the 1982 World Cup in Spain.
However, while in the dugout for a World Cup qualifier against Wales in 1985, he suffered a heart attack, dying shortly afterwards at the age of 62.
Jim Leishman, who is the match ambassador, said of Stein: “Thirty years ago he passed away and we wanted to do something to pay tribute to his memory.”
Following the game a tribute dinner will take place at the Glen Pavilion in Pittencrieff Park, where former Manchester United manager and Pars defender David Moyes is expected to take part in a question and answer session.
Though players taking part in the match itself are still to be confirmed, strikers Stevie Crawford and Craig Brewster are being sought to return to East End Park, while Jackie McNamara is expected to reject his first club and don the green and white hoops of Celtic come kick-off.