St Johnstone will parade the Scottish Cup in an open-top bus tour of Perth if they overcome Dundee United in the Scottish Cup final.
Hundreds of supporters are expected to line the streets on Sunday before a victory celebration in Horsecross Plaza.
Saints have never lifted the Scottish Cup and Saturday will see their first appearance in the final in their 130-year history.
If victorious, events will begin outside McDiarmid Park at noon when the bus will begin its journey through Perth.
At 1.15pm, the players and officials are expected to reach High Street and Perth Pipe Band will lead the triumphal parade from the River Tay to Kinnoull Street.
The open-top bus will then turn right down Mill Street towards Horsecross Plaza, where there will be a stage and a big screen.
The players will take the plaudits until 2.15pm when a civic reception will begin at the Royal George Hotel. The parade has been organised by Perth and Kinross Council.
A spokeswoman said: “Should St Johnstone win the Scottish Cup, there will be a celebration consisting of an open-top bus tour of Perth and the city centre by the players and officials of St Johnstone on Sunday May 18.
“Should St Johnstone not win the Scottish Cup there will be no celebration on Sunday with the exception of the civic reception, which will still take place at 2.15 in the Royal George Hotel.
“This will celebrate the successful season which St Johnstone have enjoyed so far.”