THE FINAL game of the season at Gayfield is set to be party day for the Lichties with a host of special events planned for the game against Elgin tomorrow (Saturday).
At the final whistle the players will be awarded the league trophy and their individual medals on the pitch.
The chief executive of the Scottish Football League, David Longmuir, and Martin Steele from league sponsors Irn Bru are to make the presentation.
Children will be admitted into Gayfield free tomorrow as long as they are with a paying adult. Supporters are reminded to get to the ground early.
Entertainment will also be provided by the Arbroath Royal British Legion Pipe Band.
Supporters are asked to keep the pitch clear as the trophy hand-over will happen immediately after the full-time whistle.
The presentation will not take place until the playing surface is clear.
Season tickets are also on sale for the next campaign in the Second Division and prices will be frozen for another year.
Tickets are now available from the office at Gayfield priced £180 for adults, £90 for senior citizens, £60 for under-16s and £30 for under-12s.