Brechin are hoping to win over fans with the offer of a free drink following a nightmare season in the Scottish Championship.
City have mustered just four points all season on their return to the second flight of Scottish football, but have offered a free drink to appease loyal fans ahead of their final home game of the season.
Queen of the South travel to Glebe Park on Saturday, but the real winners of the weekend will be supporters, with a series of reduced ticket prices revealed as well as a complimentary drink to season ticket holders over the age of 18.
Adults will be able to attend for £10, with concessions down to £5 and schoolchildren able to get in free in the hope of seeing the side gain their first win of the campaign.
A statement on the club website said: “This weekend’s game against Queen of the South brings the curtain down on what has been a long and difficult season for everyone connected to the club.
“The club extends an invitation to our loyal season ticket holders (over 18s only) for a free drink in the City Club prior to the match (any time between 1pm and 2.50pm.)”