Corey Whelan and Dylan McGeouch visited Warwick Wanderers Lionesses Girls U12 training session last week.
The girls then came to Brunton Park for the Charlton Athletic match on Saturday 25 November as part of the Cumberland Community Ticket Scheme.
Corey and Dylan were put through their paces and also both had a go in goals during the training sessionbefore the girls got photos and shirts signed.
Speaking after the session, Dylan said: "These appearances are always good fun and the girls showed some good skills during the game.
"I don't think me or Corey will be switching to become a goalkeeper any time soon! We hope the girls enjoyed their trip to Brunton Park for the Charlton game."
The Cumberland’s Community Ticket Scheme means thousands of youngsters will be able to watch The Blues for free once again this season.
The scheme provides local primary schools and community groups with up to 300 free tickets for home matches.
For more information on the services provided by The Cumberland, click HERE.