For their first home match of the season, which is against Moseley on Friday evening (kick off 7.45), Plymouth Albion are offering free admission to anybody serving in the Royal Navy.
The offer from Albion is in conjunction with a big parade in Plymouth that is being held on the same day to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Royal Navy being awarded the Freedom of the City of Plymouth.
Serving Royal Navy personnel will be admitted free on Friday evening by showing their service card on the gate.
Albion chairman Graham Stirling commenting on the offer said, "Plymouth Albion are proud once again to support the Royal Navy on what is a very special day for them. Albion extend a warm welcome to anyone serving in the Royal Navy for our eagerly anticipated first home match of the season, which is under the Brickfields floodlights. "
Albion got their Championship season off to a flying start with a 41-27 bonus point victory over Jersey last Sunday.