THE Cowdenbeath Independent Supporters Society is holding a special event in March and is hoping that the club’s fans will support it in good numbers.

Already former players are set to take part in it and the CISS is hopeful that there will be a big crowd at the home Lowland League game with Berwick Rangers, on Saturday March 16.

A statement from the CISS, who are bidding to get a good turn-out for the Cowden Re-Union Day, said: “Did you attend a game in the 1970s as we battled in the big league?

"Were you one of the Cowden supporters that descended on Alloa for the nail-biting decider in 1992?

"Did you cheer us on in our big promotion game versus Brechin City in 2001?

"Were you there when the helicopter passed over the ground in 2006?

“Did you attend matches during recent success, as we climbed to the Championship?

"Did you witness the trophy presentations or the great escapes at East End Park and New Douglas Park?

"If so, we would like you to help us to re-unite on March 16 at our home game versus our longstanding rivals Berwick Rangers.

"Can we fill Central Park like we did for the unforgettable moment against Elgin City in 2006 and show what Cowdenbeath FC really means for our local community?

“All ex-players and management will be welcomed back for this special occasion and will hopefully join fans before, and after the game, for some reminiscing.

"We will also introduce them at half-time so we can show our appreciation. Some of the names will be shared on the lead up to the day.

“Let's do this, let's fill Central Park again. Please share the news, spread the word and help us to see all supporters back together again”.

The club’s fans ambassador, Alex Haddow, said: “It should be a day to remember with many of the former players who took part in many of these great games of the past invited to take part.

“Many of the manager’s who guided the club to success are coming along and it should be a fine day.”