Ex-Premier League star Heurelho Gomes is meeting and posing for snaps with fans for just £35 in a hall used for Slimming World and Zumba classes.
The former Tottenham stopper, who is now a pastor, is also doing autographs at the event.
But guests don’t get fed at the event despite it lasting for over four hours.
Standard tickets, which are £35 with a £2 booking fee, include a professional photo with the retired goalie, 42.
Football fans can also take part in the live Q&A with him on stage.
But VIP tickets, costing £55 with a £2 extra charge, also include a meet and greet with Gomes.
They also get a signed memorabilia gift and can get entry 45 minutes earlier.
The ‘An Evening with Heurelho Gomes’ is being held at the Rhodrons Club, in Chessington, Surrey.
As well as being a pool and darts bar, the venue also has a function room used for Slimming World and Zumba classes.
It is being run by Echo Sixty One and takes place on 22 March between 7:45pm and 10:45pm, but guests can arrive from 6:30pm.
An Echo Sixty One spokesperson said: “For one night only we are excited to announce another top evening, as we welcome fan favourite, Heurelho Gomes to the Rhodrons Club.
“Hosted by Sky Sports’ very own, Adam ‘Smithy’ Smith.
“There will be photo and signing opportunities with Heurelho for every guest on the night.
“Please note this event DOES NOT include dinner.”
The Rhodrons Club website reads: “The club has a large function hall with a stage, a dance floor and its own bar.
“The function hall currently hosts a vast array of activities and events from Zumba to Slimming World events through to wedding parties.”
Gomes – renowned for his clangers – spent six seasons at Spurs between 2008 and 2014.
Among his infamous mistakes were fumbling Frank Lampard’s long-range shot v Chelsea in 2011.
The £7.8million keeper made 19 mistakes leading to goals in the Premier League.
He was sold to Watford and played in the Championship before their promotion back to the top flight in 2015.
Gomes made 95 appearances for Tottenham and 144 for the Hornets.