Harrogate Town football club will open a pop-up shop on Commercial Street for a week from Monday.
Town supporters will be able to buy club merchandise in person for the first time since before the latest lockdown came into effect.
Fans can also have their picture taken with the National League promotion trophy that the team won last summer.
Information will be available on community initiatives, including Louie Swain’s boot camp, walking football, a running club, sporting memories, man vs fat, and NCS summer programmes.
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On Wednesday, in association with the English Football League’s Day of Action, when clubs showcase their community work, club mascot Harry Gator and former player Jack Emmett will be available for pictures and a chat from 2-3pm.
Then at the weekend, visitors will have the chance to show their skills as Harrogate Town on FIFA 21.
The first customer through the doors each day will receive a prize.
The shop will open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5.30pm and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm.