It is the biggest game in Sevenoaks Town FC’s history.
FA Cup fever is gripping the town as the club prepares to play its Emirates FA Cup Second Round Qualifier tie against Chesham United at Greatness Park on Saturday.
Billed as the biggest game in the club's history, it is the first time the club has reached this stage of this famous competition. All eyes will be on the First Team as the club flies the flag for non-league football as the only non-league club left in the Southern Counties East Football League.
Chairman, Paul Lansdale, said the game has been talk of the town: “We have never been this far and it is the biggest team we have ever played in a competitive match. The buzz around the club and indeed the town is amazing at the moment."
"Everyone is looking forward to the game; you just have to look at our Twitter page after our historic victory against Ryman South League side Lewes FC, it went crazy!”
“When you're the underdog like we are and nobody gives you a chance, you simply have to have belief and we do. So if our supporters turn up in force, then the magic of the FA Cup can take over and the shock will happen somewhere and with a little bit of luck, it could be us going through.”