The New Year is welcomed by Sky Bet League Two action at Huish Park, as the Glovers host Crawley Town on New Year's Day (3pm).
The first of five home matches in January, here's all that's going on throughout the day:
A popular addition to matchday, the interval will be filled with another singing performance on Monday. Anastacia Hayward, who attends West End Kids in London and is 14, will be performing a Whitney Houston classic – 'I have Nothing'.
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Pick up issue 18 of the matchday programme - Green & White. Crammed with content to kick-start 2018, you'll find an exclusive interview with Tom James, the lowdown on the opposition and tonnes of other features. Pick up your copy for just £3 from around the ground and in the club shop.
Parking is available at the ground for £3, amongst the cheapest available in the league. Mini buses and coaches will cost £6 and £18 respectively. For regular users of the car park, a season ticket (covering all first-team league and cup matches) is priced at £50. For more information, please call 01935 847888.
Why not arrive at Huish Park early? The supporters marquee will be open to both home and away supporters from 12.30 onwards on matchday, offering hot food and beverages (both hot and cold). Situated next to the 3G playing surface, head along before kick-off to take in some refreshment.
Both home and away supporters are able to purchase tickets on the day, although you can buy in advance to avoid matchday queues. Available online, fans can also contact the ticket office from 9am on New Year's Day, by calling 01935 847888 or by visiting in person.
Shop 'til you drop!
Got some Christmas money you'd like to spend? Head along to the club shop - open up until kick-off - to stock up on all things YTFC. From tracksuits and coats to DVDs and stationery, we've got all you could need in Green & White.