Newcastle will collect their first trophy in 37 years when they are awarded the 2006 Intertoto Cup.
Roeder will collect the trophy early in 2007 at St James' Park
Glenn Roeder's side are the winners as they are the last surviving Intertoto entrants in the Uefa Cup.
"We will be very happy to receive it," said Roeder. "It would be disrespectful to consider it a lesser tournament, as some managers do."
Uefa has revealed there is likely to be a presentation before Newcastle's next Uefa Cup home tie on 22 February.
The trophy is Newcastle's first since the Fairs Cup in 1969.
The Magpies won a two-legged tie against Lillestrom in July to go through to the qualifying stages of the Uefa Cup.
Roeder added: "This is a little bit of a reward for the boys who had to come back on 26 June to play in the competition."
The Magpies face Belgian side Zulte-Waregem in the last 32 of the Uefa Cup in February.