Nottingham Panthers will be parading their new European trophy to their fans after making history last month.
The Panthers became the first British team to win the ice hockey Continental Cup.
Coach Corey Nelson and club captain David Clarke will lead the team out in front of thousands of fans in Old Market square on Tuesday night and will be presented with the trophy by the Lord Mayor.
The Panthers secured their first European title in their last Super Final game against Italian side Ritten.
After a gruelling competitions which started with 16 teams, The Panthers qualified for the Super Final.
The Super Final included the last four teams in a group: Panthers, Italian side Ritten, Odense Bulldogs (Denmark) and Beibarys Atyrau from Kazakhstan.
After three games each, Panthers won all three and came top of the group, being crowned the Champions for the first time.
The celebrations will be taking place at Old Market Square at around 6:15pm on Tuesday 7th February.