Ten non league sides left in the FA Cup. Here’s the skinny on the lowest placed five.
The saddest of all the rounds. *Weeps* The boulevard of broken dreams for the real minnows of non league.
OK, we’re only one round in to this year’s FA Cup but you have to start somewhere: The lowest placed teams remaining.
What to watch, who to watch and what to do before that. Preview & Renseignements Touristique from Graham Yapp.
Phil Ascough: Bridlington Town v North Shields FA Cup preview, ‘Dads Army’ Stadium and a novel season ticket idea.
The 2nd Round, the forgotten and unloved round of the FA Cup. And Martin Keown made it worse.
The professionals are here. The 1st Round ‘Proper’ (as it is laughably monikered) beckons.
With a bit of luck Wingate & Finchley will provide a nice bookend, providing a shock over the first team we saw provide a shock.
Phil Annets roundly round-up of the round! The 2nd Qualifying Round winners and losers.
Did you know Ellistown & Ibstock, Blaby & Whetstone and FC Romania are unbeaten in the FA Cup? Imagine that!
Usually, we champion the underdog but this one’s personal. Hereford United and their small part in The Real FA Cup.
FA Cup double-header preview from Phil Ascough. Bridlington Town v Northallerton and Scarborough Athletic v North Shields
Bridlington Town v Whitley Bay. Our first preview of the 2014/15 FA Cup tournament is brought to you by one of our regulars, Phil Ascough.
Tabloid newspaper sub-editors would have a field day with this one…
Brace yourselves: The FA Cup kicks off tonight. Old misery guts [his words!] Andy Lloyd-Williams tells us why he’d rather not be at Dean Court this weekend.
It’s Friday, it’s 7:45 o’clock, it’s FA Cup CRACKERJACK! One for the kids there. It’s back, we’re back, another 5 months of us trying to convince the world that the early rounds of the FA Cup are well worth a watch …
Five years in to what these days would be known as therealfacup ‘project’, we’ve been very London-centric and become big fans of dogs at football grounds. Despite these two things, we’ve never been to Clapton’s Old Spotted Dog Ground.
The BIG kick off is near. Author Phil Ascough previews Barton Town Old Boys chances in the FA Cup against Nostell Miners’ Welfare.
How English football’s attutude to plastic grass brought a club to its knees. Footy Ramblings’ James Williams on the trials of Durham City.
Gannin’ Away’s Andy Hudson talks to Hebburn’s Dean Nicholson about the FA Cup draw that pitted them against neighbours and Blue Square Bet big boys Gateshead.