TOWN fans have the chance to be in on a slice of football history on New Year's Day.
Tickets for the derby at Doncaster went on general sale today.
The third meeting of the Yorkshire rivals this season will be the first football match at Rovers' new Keepmoat Stadium.
The 15,700-seater venue, which will be the focal point of the Lakeside Sports Complex, has cost £32m.
Work began 14 months ago and the venue was officially opened by the town's Mayor Martin Winter yesterday.
The first match there will be on Wednesday week (December 27) when rugby league club Doncaster Lakers, who will also play at the ground, host Sheffield Eagles in a friendly.
Rovers and Town will take centre stage on New Year's Day, when kick-off is 3.00.
Rovers are planning to operate a park and ride from the car park at their current Belle Vue ground as well as Doncaster Racecourse.
Their last match at Belle Vue, their home since 1922, will be against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Saturday's game against Yeovil was postponed because of waterlogging.
Tickets for the Town match are £18 adults, £12 Under 16s, students and OAPs and £5 Under 11s.
Tickets are also on sale for Town's matches away to Chesterfield on Saturday and Yeovil on Friday, January 5.
Town's next home match is against Tranmere on Boxing Day (3.00), when it's all pay except for the Antich Stand singing section.
The same arrangements apply when Town host Swansea on Saturday, December 30 (3.00)
The Galpharm ticket office is open 9.00 to 5.00 each day this week and 9.00 to Noon on Saturday.
There will be late opening (until 8.00) at both Town shops on Thursday.