West Ham United club captain Mark Noble has been granted a testimonial by the Premier League side.
The 28-year-old will be honoured with a match between the current Hammers first team and an All-Star XI at 2pm on Easter Monday, March 28, 2016.
"I am hugely honoured and grateful that the board have awarded me a testimonial match at the Boleyn Ground," Noble told the club website. "This is where I come from and this is my football club, so I can think of nothing better than having my testimonial at the stadium where I have laughed, cheered and cried, both as a fan and as a player.
"Everyone knows how much West Ham United means to me, so to have the opportunity to share a pitch with the players who I have grown up with will be fantastic – and it will be even more special to have my family, friends and so many Hammers fans watching from the stands.
"I am pleased and proud to say we will be donating all the proceeds from my testimonial match to three charities that mean a huge amount to me – Richard House Children's Hospice, Help for Heroes and the DT38 Foundation."
Noble, who joined his local club in East London as a 13-year-old, has made almost 350 appearances in claret and blue.