The Braidwood Motor Company Stadium will be the venue for this season's Emirates Scottish Junior Cup final on Sunday, May 27 between Shotts Bon Accord and Auchinleck Talbot.
It will be the first time that the Junior Cup final will have been held at the Stadium, although it has staged several semi finals in the past.
Negotiations with the Scottish Junior Football Association were concluded after the results of the weekend's semi finals became known. Shotts and Auchinleck both came through the two-legged ties on penalties, edging out Largs Thistle and Bonnyrigg Rose respectively.
The final will be Shotts' first since 1958, when they defeated Pumpherston Juniors at Hampden Park. Talbot are more accustomed to the big occasion having won the cup last year; their ninth such success.
The showpiece event will be the latest in a line of big matches to be held at the Stadium. Last month we hosted the climax of the Ramsdens Cup between Falkirk and Hamilton and there are three big amateur finals scheduled for May, including the Scottish Amateur Cup final on Saturday, May 26.
Livingston FC chief executive Ged Nixon is looking forward to another big occasion in Livingston come May 27.
He said: "We're absolutely thrilled to be asked to host the Emirates Junior Cup final. It's a great honour for Livingston and we're looking forward to working with the SJFA to put on a day to remember for everyone associated with Shotts Bon Accord and Auchinleck Talbot.
"Both sides will be well supported on the day and with a big crowd inside the stadium, it will make for a superb atmosphere.
"And let's not forget that while there's no West Lothian representative in this year's final, this area is a hotbed of junior football and I'm sure that the game will attract a lot of neutrals."
Full details regarding admission for the match, which is to be televised live by BBC Alba, will be confirmed nearer the time.