Reading Football Club have announced details for the Reading Legends match taking place at the end of the season.

From Graeme Murty's penalty against QPR, to Alfie's Southampton double, with some Jimmy Kebe sock-adjustment in between, the two sides of 2006 and 2012 have already given Royals supporters memories to treasure for a lifetime.

To mark the culmination of the 150th anniversary celebrations, both of the club's Championship winning managers, Steve Coppell and Brian McDermott have agreed to take charge of a selection of their respective title-winning team to face each-other in an exhibition match.

Coppell's 2005/06 side of record-breakers hold the record for the most points accumulated in a season, while McDermott's side shook off the play-off final hangover from 2010/11 to take the title in 2011/12.

With the help of legendary kit man Ron Grant, supporters will be able to watch two sets of legends lock horns in the spring sunshine.

The match is taking place on Saturday, May 21 and unreserved tickets are on sale now, with the Lower West and Sir John Madejski Stand's opening to start with

Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.

The club are yet to announce a full list of players involved, however former captain Jem Karacan announced that he 'could not wait' to be involved on his Instagram.

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