A host of familiar former Boro faces are heading to the Riverside to reminisce about our European adventures 15 years on, and we're looking for fans to add their own memories too.
Ray Parlour, Franck Queuedrue, Tony McMahon, Stuart Parnaby, James Morrison and Stewart Downing are confirmed guests for a night of nostalgia at the Riverside on Sunday September 15, with David Wheater also hoping to attend.
It's a celebration of Boro's first experiences in major European competition, starting with two-legged fixture against Banik Ostrava which took place this month 15 years ago.
On the night, we'll be hearing from the men who were closest to one of the most incredible times in our history.
But it took the Boro fans to make that journey into Europe special, and we are asking for your unique take on it to form part of the event.
From magical nights at the Riverside to ventures onto the continent, every supporter has their own stories to tell.
You can share videos and comments on social media using the hashtag #SmallTownInEurope, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll be sharing a selection of your memories on the night of the event at the Riverside as well as via our website and social media channels.
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Priced at £60pp inc VAT or £550 inc VAT per table of 10, the evening includes:
- Arrival drinks reception, kindly sponsored by Heineken
- Three-course meal
- After-dinner interactive analysis of our first season in the UEFA Cup
- Q&A platform
- Opportunity to pre-book official commemorative signed photo with special guests
Dress code: Smart casual.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Guest appearances subject to change.
For further information, please call the Events team on 01642 352781.