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Sky Blues 1987 FA Cup winning captain Brian Kilcline set for Coventry return on Legends Day

Steve Carpenter 4th Feb, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

COVENTRY City’s 1987 FA Cup winning captain Brian Kilcline will make an emotional return to Coventry this month for the club’ annual Legends Day.

‘Killer’ as he was more affectionately know amongst supporters, will lead an impressive line-up of over 40 former players who will be paraded at the Ricoh Arena for the home match against Bury on February 13.

Other confirmed guests include fellow 87 team mates Greg Downs and Dave Bennett, legendary striker Ian Wallace and former player and manager Bobby Gould as well as plenty of others.

Legends Day is always a sell-out event, where supporters are given the unique opportunity to wine and dine with their favourite City stars from years gone by.

There will also be a special tribute to Sky Blues legend, former manager and chairman, Jimmy Hill, who sadly passed away in December of last year.

VIP ticket packeds include a whole range of benefits which include three Course dining, a padded seat in the corporate area, man of the Match interview and presentation, plus VIP car parking (one space per 4 places booked).

Vipe tickets are priced at just £59 + VAT per person – with children under 12 £29.50+vat and a discounted price for Season Ticket holders of £49+vat per person.

For further details or to book for your places alongside the Legends against Bury, please call 02476 99 1987 (option 2) or email hospitality@ccfc.co.uk.