Disgruntled fans will challenge Lincoln City's hierarchy on the future of the club after the board agreed to crunch talks at Sincil Bank.
In what will be a behind-closed-doors meeting, a dozen supporters will meet chairman Bob Dorrian and the directors seeking answers on their disappointing start to the season.
Finances will also figure highly after it emerged the cash-strapped Imps were losing £10,000 every home game after failing to meet break even attendance figures.
The fans are set to be handpicked by the Lincoln City Banter Facebook group, who have been instrumental in raising funds for the club during the summer.
Chief executive Steve Prescott said: "The chairman, directors and CEO are always keen to liaise with supporters.
"Earlier this year we offered an open invitation to meet with any supporters groups, to ensure that the club is managed in the most open and transparent way possible.
"Therefore the board would welcome the opportunity to meet with supporters' groups following the team's disappointing start to the season.
"We will listen to their concerns and answer any questions they may have."
A date for the meeting has yet to be announced in which time Lincoln will hope to have ended a stuttering run of form.
After a promising start, a 2-1 defeat against Alfreton on Tuesday left them with five points from their opening seven games.
On Saturday, injury-hit Lincoln travel to Telford.