Wales international striker Steve Morison is amongst those players announced this morning as taking part in the Mitchell Cole benefit game next month.
The 29-year old scored 89 goals in 153 appearances for Boro between 2006-09, including the winning goal in the first cup final at the new Wembley in 2007. His final Stevenage goal also came at the same end in the 2009 FA Trophy Final and he has since enjoyed successful spells at Millwall in League 1 and the Championship and at Norwich City in the Premier League before joining Leeds back in January. He has also won 20 caps for Wales.
Also announced today were Mark Creighton, Damian Batt, Harry Worley and Jack Midson, all of whom were former team-mates of Mitchell's at Oxford United.
to be the first to know.@stevenagefcFurther names who have agreed to take part in the game on Tuesday 7th May (7pm KO) will be revealed in the coming days so keep your eyes on the club's official Twitter feed
Tickets for this game will be £10 for adults and £5 for U18s, with all proceeds going towards The Cardiomyopathy Association.
Fans are encouraged to buy tickets in advance from the Stevenage FC shop or online at www.borotickets.co.uk. Currently only the Main Stand and East Terrace will be open, however further parts of the ground may be opened depending on ticket sales. Season ticket holders can book their usual seats by visiting the club shop or by using the above website. Click on "Supporter Login" at the top of the website, then either login or set up an account by clicking on the link below "Login", where you will be asked to enter your unique season ticket book number. You can then proceed to book your ticket.
Thanks to Matt Ranson for the photo from the 2007 FA Trophy Final.