Kick-off is at 7pm and admission on the gate on the night is just £3 for all fans, whilst Members can gain entry free of charge simply by bringing their cards to the ground.
Speaking ahead of his side’s first-ever fixture as the East Riding FA’s Headquarters, Beale said: “We made the decision to take the Under-23s’ home games back into the city of Hull in order to make it more accessible for fans to come down and get behind the lads and I can’t thank Adam Lowthorpe and the rest of his staff at the East Riding FA enough for their help and assistance in giving us the opportunity to do so.
“Everyone is looking forward to playing our first game at the Roy West Centre against Millwall on Monday night and it would be great see Hull City fans turn up in their numbers to support the lads.
“We’ve had great support at North Ferriby over the years, but hopefully playing our home games back in Hull will see more people come down to get behind the team.
“I’ve always expressed how much the Academy staff and the players appreciate the support shown at Development Squad fixtures and hopefully those fans – along with some new faces – will really get behind what is a young group of lads this season.
“Obviously our last result, losing away at Ipswich, was a disappointing one for everyone involved, but the lads have responded well and worked hard in training throughout the week and will continue to do so over the weekend as we finalise our preparations for Monday night’s game.”
The Roy West Centre is located on Inglemire Lane (Postcode: HU6 7TS). Parking will be available at the University of Hull.