Albion fans can meet Jake Livermore at the West Brom building society's recently-opened store at New Square on Wednesday.
Young Baggies enjoying the Easter holidays can greet the 29-year-old midfielder at the building society in West Bromwich between 1.30pm and 2pm.
Livermore will be posing for selfies and signing autographs at the new home-town branch with all fans invited.
The new branch – which replaces the previous Dartmouth Square and 321 High Street locations - opened on Monday, offering huge benefits to customers.
Not only is the branch in a convenient location at the heart of the town centre, opening times have been extended to 6pm on weekdays and all-day opening, again until 6pm, on Saturdays.
The West Brom building society supports the football club through its Albion Advantage affinity account, available in branches.
The savings account is assigned a rate of interest, part of which pays the saver a return on their investment while the rest is used to calculate an annual bonus payment to the football club.
It means account holders who are supporting the club’s push to return to the Premier League on the pitch are also providing a helping hand off it.
The West Brom is a leading regional building society with 36 branches and more than 430,000 members.