Leicester City fans will get their first sight of next season's new home kit on Saturday.
The strip's design, which is a closely-guarded secret, will be officially unveiled at the City Fanstore.
Those among the first to buy the new kit will be able to get it signed by members of the first-team squad.
The kit, the second to be manufactured by Puma, will be available to buy at King Power Stadium from 8am on Saturday as the doors open to the Fanstore an hour early.
The first-team squad will be in the new kit and on hand from 10am until midday to sign shirts purchased earlier.
Due to the players' training schedule, the signing session will only run for two hours.
Supporters wishing to get their new home shirts signed by the players are urged to make their purchase as early as possible to enable them to join the queue for signing.
The doors to the signing event will open at 10am and signing will work on a first-come, first-served basis.
A club spokesman said: "The club apologises in advance if some supporters don't get their shirts signed by the time that the players have to leave at midday.
"To get as many shirts signed as possible, only purchases of the kit made on the morning of the launch will be signed."