The Hatters players celebrate winning promotion at the end of the 1981-82 season
On that day, November 14, 1981, David Moss scored a penalty in the 1-0 triumph as Town went on to enjoy a superb campaign, winning the Division Two title. The Luton News takes a look at who else was in the Hatters line-up that day.
First appearance of the season for the keeper who rejoined the club on loan from Spurs after Jake Findlay started the opening 12 matches. Only played three more times that term, Luton winning two and losing one.
Started every game that season, on his way to an impressive 248 appearances in total for the Hatters.
Didn't feature in the opening 10 games, until playing in the 2-0 win at Wrexham. Went on to play every single match afterwards though, scoring once, in a 3-2 win against Derby County.
Missed just one game all season as the Hatters claimed the title, scoring the winner in the 1-0 triumph over Cambridge United on March 2.
Defender had been David Pleat's first signing at the club, played 26 times during the season, scoring three goals for the Hatters. Left at the end of the campaign for Charlton in a 50k deal.
Ever-present defender had a great season for the Hatters, scoring nine times. Played a stunning 488 times in total, until moving to Manchester United in 1988.
The win at Rovers was one of Hill's 38 appearances for the club that season, scoring five times in total. His impressive form was enough to win an England cap the following campaign.
Striker had a brilliant season, netting 21 goals in 42 games, although the Rovers match was one in a run of eight in which he didn't hit the target. Back on the scoresheet in the 2-0 win over Bolton two games later though.
Proved a great strike partner for Stein that season, scoring 18 goals in his 42 matches as the pair played every game together. Only made four appearances the following campaign as he eventually left for Charlton.
Made 27 appearances for the Hatters that season, scoring twice, once in a 6-0 win over Grimsby, the other when Town drew 2-2 with Rotherham, Richard Money also on target.
Proved the match-winner on the day, scoring a penalty to seal a 1-0 win. Managed 15 goals that season, with 11 coming from the spot.