For the fourth year in a row Bedford Blues are offering free entry to Goldington Road to any serving member of the Armed Forces or the Emergency Services when Moseley visit on Friday night (15th November).
At a time when servicemen and women are still involved in conflicts around the world, the Blues want to offer something to those who put their lives on the line for the freedom of others.
The club also want to say a big thank you to members of the police, fire and ambulance services who aid and assist the public every day in the UK.
Moseley head into the game one place ahead of the Blues in the Greene King IPA Championship after their impressive 29-15 win over Nottingham on Saturday afternoon.
Looking ahead to the fixture Bedford Blues director of rugby Mike Rayer said: "I am delighted that we are once again able to invite servicemen and women as well as the Emergency Services along to the game on Friday night and I hope that as many people as possible are able to take advantage of this offer at such a poignant time of year.
"Games against Moseley are always hard fought affairs with both sides going at it hammer and tong. We have a great respect for Moseley and know that they will come here full of confidence and looking to move out of the bottom four."
To gain free entry to Goldington Road, members of the armed forces and emergency services just need to arrive at the front gates and show their identification cards. Gates open at 5.30pm and kick off is at 7.45pm.