Champions Chelsea are to give a glimpse of the future, with the expected revelation of Stamford Bridge development plans, plus the unveiling of a youthful first team in the Premier League.
As the Blues play out their parade lap, boss Jose Mourinho will on Monday night give playing time to youngsters Izzy Brown and Nathan Ake after the successful debut offered to 19-year-old Ruben Loftus-Cheek against Liverpool.
And, in another sign of major changes to come, reports are circulating of the expected release of fully-formulated plans that will see Chelsea's home of 110 years revitalised and rebuilt as an increased capacity stadium for a new era of fans.
Those plans have been in the making for over a year, and are expected to include the redevelopment of part of Fulham Road, as well as improved transport links for the increased number of matchday fans.
Chelsea are remaining tight-lipped on those plans for now, but they are expected to hand fans an added reason to celebrate at the end of a memorable season, by unveiling details in coming weeks.
Chelsea Supporters Trust, which has campaigned for the Blues' capacity issues to be solved with redevelopment of the existing site rather than a move elsewhere, welcomed the news.
In a statement, The Trust said: “From our annual surveys, members' meetings and general feedback received, it is clear the majority of CST members are very keen for the club to stay at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea's home since the formation of the club in 1905.
“It seems real progress is being made behind the scenes towards the club achieving this aim, which has to be seen as good news. We await further developments and any formal announcement with interest.”
Meanwhile on-pitch, Mourinho confirmed that Monday night's trip to West Brom in the Premier League would be taken as an opportunity to blood some youngsters from Chelsea's UEFA Youth League and FA Youth Cup winning side.
He said: “Against West Bromwich, especially because they’re safe and nobody is waiting for a result, I’ll play some of the kids.
“Nathan Ake, Izzy Brown who comes from West Bromwich so it’ll be special for the kid to play in that house.
“The boys deserve it, all of them.”