Norwich will host Celtic at Carrow Road in May in a testimonial match for Canaries defender Adam Drury.
Drury, Norwich's longest-serving professional, joined the club from Peterborough in 2001 and has gone on to play more than 350 matches for the club.
"It's a massive honour and a great privilege for me to have been awarded this testimonial game," said the 33-year-old.
"I have to say a big thank you to everyone involved at Norwich City Football Club for granting me this game and another huge thank you to everyone at Celtic Football Club for agreeing to come down and play."
The game will see former team-mates Paul Lambert and Neil Lennon reunited as managers of the respective clubs.
Lambert said: "It will be a great occasion especially with Celtic coming down with the fans that they've got it should be a great game and atmosphere.
"It looks like they are going to win the league and this game may even give some of the English-based Celtic supporters a chance to see their team, and I'm sure they'll come in their thousands."
Lennon said: "We're delighted to be taking part in this testimonial match in honour of Adam. He is someone who has given Norwich City tremendous service and it is right that such commitment to the club is being recognised in this way."