HUDDERSFIELD Giants officials are promising tomorrow's Super League X clash against Hull FC at the Galpharm Stadium (3.00) will be a day to remember!
The club are determined to be a big hit both on and off the field, with this weekend's home fixture the first chance to put their new matchday experience to the test.
Obviously, the main focus is for coach Jon Sharp's side to gain victory over highly-rated Hull.
And the nature of the Giants' opening-day 30-12 triumph at Leigh Centurions a week ago suggests Huddersfield could be capable of building on last season's finish of seventh - the club's best in top-flight rugby league for 40 years.
But the club are also hoping for a massive improvement on the average attendance front.
The Giants have publicly expressed their disappointment that last season's average was just 4,362, and they have taken strenuous steps to ensure there's no repeat in 2005.
"The magnificent display produced by the boys at Leigh last week is obviously the best way of getting the fans through the turnstiles," said Giants marketing officer Jonathan Wilkinson.
"But we believe we have put together a timetable of events which will guarantee tomorrow is an event to remember.
"We have worked flat-out behind the scenes to improve our matchday experience and we're delighted with the way things have come together.
"Tomorrow is the acid test, but we believe we will have something that will appeal to all tastes and ages.
"To be honest, we're proud of what we have to offer."
Tomorrow's events get under way at 2.00, with fans being urged to get there at that time in order not to miss out on anything.
Supporters will be greeted by the Marsden Senior Brass Band performing outside the stadium.
And when the turnstiles open at two, the first 100 children to enter the family stand of the Lawrence Batley lower tier (south end) will receive a free Giants goody bag.
Once inside, there will be the chance for young fans to get players' autographs at the new autograph zone, along with face painting and the chance to get balloons and merchandise.
The action at pitch side starts at 2.15 with the Sporting Pride Sevens presentation taking place, sponsored by the Richard Alan Group.
This will be followed by an appearance by singer Richard James, who is a top cover artist.
The new-look Big G and Panda Pop will make their grand entrances at 2.30 when G Force will provide the entertainment as the two teams warm up.
Fifteen minutes later Neil Tansey and his team will perform the Giants' `cracka' before Senior Academy winger Marcus George is presented with the John Colletta Memorial Trophy to recognise his tryscoring exploits at Under 21s level.
Then at 2.50 the new matchday presentation team will whip up the fans into a frenzy ready for the teams to emerge for the 3pm kick-off.
"We really hope the fans see a difference and enjoy what we have to offer," added Wilkinson
"It has taken months to plan and we hope that our efforts are rewarded with a fantastic turn-out from the Giants fans.
"We know Hull will bring a big following, and they'll be making a lot of noise in the south stand.
"Hopefully, we'll be able to join together and out-shout them from the Lawrence Batley and John Smith's Stand.
"The icing on the cake would be to hear the Giants fans cheering on a big victory!"
Wilkinson has also been working on a new 60-page programme - the biggest ever produced by the club - which includes an eight-page pull-out that reveals a giant poster featuring a player.