The fourth annual Southside Invitational takes place at Toryglen Regional Football Centre on Saturday and has been organised as a fundraiser for two Glasgow charities.
Steven Keenan, 37, and Grant McAllister, 35, have organised the sponsored Old Firm-themed match for the past four years and have raised more than £6000 for city charities.
And despite the demise of the old Rangers and the emergence of the new Rangers in the third division, organisers saw no reason to change the fixture title.
For the fourth year running, money raised from the fixture will go to Kelbourne Nursery School, in Maryhill, which provides educational services for children with disabilities.
Raising money for the school is something that is close to Mr Keenan's heart as his son five-year-old son Nathan attends the school.
He said: "Nathan was born at 23 weeks; he was premature and ended up in the Southern General for three months. They did a lot of tests and said he wasn't meeting milestones.
"You end up having a meeting and they say 'I think he might have cerebral palsy'."
The players hope to raise £3000, which will be divided equally between the Kelbourne School and Action on Hearing Loss.
After the game comes one of the key dates on Steven and Grant's calendar as they donate the money raised to the Kelbourne School.
Mr Keenan added: "Every year we go up to the school and they have an assembly.
"We come in with one of the big cheques. Everybody is just stunned, I don't think they can really believe it, for the school just to get a couple of thousand pounds can make a big difference.
"Seeing how much it means in their faces is brilliant."
Organisers are urging football fans to come down and support their teams.
Those interested in signing up for the Southside Invitational or wishing to contribute should visit www.southsiders.co.uk