DELIGHTED Town have lined up a spectacular centenary shoot-out with the Gunners!
Premiership giants Arsenal have agreed to play at the Galpharm to mark Town's 100th anniversary.
The star-studded match against the Champions League semi-finalists, managed by Arsene Wenger (pictured) is likely to be in July or August 2008 and will be a sell-out.
Arsenal's 100th birthday present to Town will be a bust of legendary manager Herbert Chapman, the man who inspired Championship hat tricks at both clubs.
It will be a replica of that housed in the famous marble hallway at Highbury.
Town's record crowd of 67,037, of course, came against Arsenal in the FA Cup sixth round in 1932.
Town chairman Ken Davy said: "Arsenal are one of the world's most respected clubs and their strong historical links with Town made them the ideal choice for such a prestigious fixture."
Town's chief executive Andrew Watson has been in talks with the London club's board for over a year.
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood said: "Herbert Chapman is a true legend and we're delighted to acknowledge his inspirational role with both clubs by playing this match against Huddersfield."