Memories - what would football be like without them?
YTFC Digital are doing their best not to forget those classic moments Glovers supporters have lived on for the last 25 years or so.
Who can forget the 5-4 FA Trophy victory at Doncaster Rovers or Kevin Dawson’s opener against Sheffield United in the play-offs?
Then there was Paddy Madden’s Wembley opener to set us on our way to Championship followed by Ed Upson’s late winner at Millwall to start that historic second-tier season in fine style.
What about Chris Weale scoring against the old enemy Hereford United or the second leg in the play-off semi-final at the City Ground?
And what memories will Darren Way and the current team provide? They just keep coming!
In an effort to preserve those memories, the club are hosting a series of Q&A sessions featuring Glovers legends to help supporters celebrate these moments again.
Supporters will have the opportunity to have their favourite Yeovil moments recorded on to www.ytfc.digital in their own words and why they remain such a powerful memory for them.
To get the old memory buds moving, Tony Pounder and Rob Cousins will be the first guests going through their favourite moments on Thursday, October 19th in the Alec Stock Lounge.
Entry is FREE and the bar will be open for refreshments. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
Come along and have your memories recorded for inclusion in our soon to be added Audio memories section of the web site.
YTFC Digital is hoping to run these sessions once a month and amongst future ex-Glovers lined up to chat are: Warren Patmore, Adrian Foster, Len Bond, Chris Weale, Stuart Housley and John Clancy.