Join Harry Ellis at the second Kegs and Eggs morning when fans could win a British & Irish Lions jersey signed by the former Leicester Tigers scrum-half.
Welford Road opens its doors for the second Test between the Lions and New Zealand, which takes place in Wellington this Saturday (8.35am BST).
Ellis, who made 173 first-team appearances for Tigers, won 27 England caps and toured with the Lions to South Africa in 2009, will be at the event to share his thoughts on the game and to meet Tigers fans.
Ellis, who joined supporters for the first Kegs and Eggs morning in the Final Whistle last Saturday when the Lions went down to a 30-15 defeat to the All Blacks, has signed a 2009 Lions shirt. He will give it away to one lucky fan attending the event in a one-off prize draw this Saturday.
Sausage, bacon and egg sandwiches will be available in Final Whistle in the Holland & Barrett Stand, with tea, coffee or fruit juice and a pint or soft drink for supporters following the big-match action.
Tickets for each Kegs and Eggs day are £10 for season ticket holders and £15 for non-season ticket holders.
Doors open at 7.30am so you can follow all the pre-match build-up ahead of the live action.
Parking is available on the Crumbie Car Park at the stadium.
Our special Kegs & Eggs Days are on:
Saturday, July 1, 7:30am-11.00am
Saturday, July 8, 7:30am-11.00am
Click here to book your place.