Former Notts County managers Mick Walker and Billy Dearden have agreed to each manage one of the two legends teams that will be playing a specially arranged match to mark the club's 150th anniversary on Sunday 18th November.

The two former bosses are the latest names to be added to the list of familiar faces that will be returning to Meadow Lane, including goalkeepers Darren Ward and Steve Cherry, defenders Ian Barraclough, Michael Johnson and Craig Short, midfielders Phil Turner and Paul Harding and forwards such as Mark Stallard, Tommy Johnson and Dave Regis.

There are a host of other popular former players that will be appearing once more at Meadow Lane for the game but before they take to the field, they will join the current Notts County first-team squad for a signing session in the 1862 Suite, giving fans the chance to get up close to their favourite players old and new.

After the match, there will be a special screening of Notts County: The Movie - an extended version of the popular video feature that was shown at the 150th Anniversary Gala Banquet at the club back in June.

Featuring more match footage and brand new interviews, the film offers a concise look back at the club's 150-year history, picking out the highlights of that time and talking to the people involved in some of the most memorable occasions for the club.

The screening will be shown on a specially-erected screen in the centre circle on the Meadow Lane pitch, making this a truly unique occasion to mark the club's anniversary.

The Meadow Lane doors will open at 12pm and the match will kick-off at 2pm. Tickets for the entire day are just £5 and are on sale now from the Meadow Lane Ticket Office by calling 0115 9557 210, or you can book online under 'events' at

For more information about the Notts County Legends Day, please click here