The League One clash at Deepdale on Saturday where MK Dons visit his beloved Preston will be transformed into a day of celebration for the great man, says the Sunday Mirror.
The Lilywhites will host a huge party with the hope of a bumper crowd honouring one of the game's greatest ever players. Sir Tom will be 90 on Thursday.
Beckham played for Preston during the 1994-95 season to get some first team experience, scoring two goals in five appearances - one direct from a corner kick.
The former Manchester United and England star is among those saluting Sir Tom - who scored 187 goals in 433 games for the club.
And the man who loaned Becks to Preston - Sir Alex Ferguson - will also pay tribute by video, along with Prime Minister David Cameron and FIFA president Sepp Blatter.