THE Rugby Union World Cup is coming to Huddersfield on Monday.
The Webb-Ellis Trophy, won by England against Australia, will be on display at Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club's Lockwood Park ground until 10pm.
Crowds of visitors are expected to come and view the trophy, which England won with their 20 -17 victory over Australia in the World Cup final last November.
The Huddersfield visit is part of the cup's UK Sweet Chariot Tour, which began on February 5.
The cup will be in Yorkshire throughout Sunday and Monday.
It will start its regional tour in Meadowhall Shopping Centre, near Sheffield, before moving on to Doncaster, Barnsley, Sandal and Morley.
It will leave Morley at 6pm to come to Huddersfield. Between 6.15pm and 7pm there will be a ticket-only reception at Lockwood Park, hosted by Huddersfield RUFC and Huddersfield YMCA RUFC.
The trophy will be on display at the reception.
At 8pm, it will be moved to a special secure Sweet Chariot tour vehicle, which will be parked near the pitch.
Members of the public will be able to view the famous trophy free.
At 10pm, it will be taken away from Huddersfield.
Its Yorkshire tour will continue to Halifax, Bradford city centre, Bradford and Bingley RUFC, Yarnbury, Otley, Wharfedale, Harrogate, Hull University, Hymers School and Driffield.
The cup will then go to the Midlands.
Huddersfield RUFC chairman Alan Ibberson said it was an honour to play host to the cup.
He added: "It is very exciting that the Rugby Football Union has enabled the World Cup to tour the country."
During the cup's visit, two under-17 matches will be played at Lockwood Park.
Huddersfield RUFC will play Old Brodleians while Huddersfield YMCA play Cleckheaton. Both games kick off at 7.30pm.
Admission is £5 per car, £2 for adult pedestrians and free admission for under- 16s. Pedestrians can enter the ground by Brewery Drive and Meltham Road.
Car entry will be restricted to Meltham Road.