Forty-four children and young people aged between 10 and 15 will be treated to a day out watching the Rovers v Wolves match this Saturday.
The trip will see children from a range of backgrounds and from throughout the borough coming together for the outing.
Executive member for Children’s Services, Councillor Maureen Bateson, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity which has been made possible by Shebby Singh, Global Advisor at Blackburn Rovers and the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Action Group who have worked with staff from the Council and Blackburn Rovers to provide these deserving young people with this great opportunity.
The day kicks off with a tour of the ground at 12 noon concluding in the Striker’s Lounge where they will receive a pre-match lunch and take part in a quiz.
The young people will also get the opportunity to take part in a penalty shoot-out at half time and meet Rovers’ new £3 million striker Leon Best.