ACCRINGTON Stanley's FA Cup clash with Third Division Huddersfield Town will be live on BBC1 on Sunday November 9.
It will also be all-ticket at the Interlink Express Stadium.
It is a huge boost for the club and town after Stanley's 2-0 win over Leigh RMI in the four qualifying round on Saturday.
It wasn't a classic game but the Reds got the result they wanted - and John Coleman will be a manager in the first round of the cup for the first time.
"It will be a full-house and we fancy ourselves against anybody at home. We are not saying we are going to win it but we will give them a game," said a delighted Coleman.
"It is a test for us and won't be easy but we are glad to be in the first round."
Stanley didn't have one of their best games against managerless Leigh but ground out a result.
Lutel James opened the scoring in the 52nd minute when he beat the off-side trap and got on the end of Andy Gouck's pass. The hitman took his time to chip the ball over keeper Gary Kelly.
And it was two when lively substitute Lee Madin forced a save out of Kelly - but it fell to Paul Mullin who stroked the ball home on 74 minutes.
Leigh's best effort fell to temporary player manager Phil Starbuck who was denied by a two-handed save by Jon Kennedy.