Excitement is building ahead of Hemel Town’s FA Cup qualifier against Brentwood Town tomorrow.
The club is urging spectators to go along and support the team, with the game getting under way at Vauxhall Road at 3pm.
The match will be held in memory of Chris Brooks, Vice Chairman of Hemel Town, who sadly passed away earlier this week aged just 49, and for Laurie McParland, Vice President of HHTFC, who sadly passed away in June.
Collections will be held at the game for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research and The Hospice of St Francis.
The game is an FA Cup first qualifying round tie against a Brentwood side who are currently sitting in sixth spot in the Ryman League Division One North.
First qualifying round winners can expect to receive £3000 in prize money from the FA, which would be a very welcome boost for the Tudors should they win.
The club are looking to get as much support as possible to become the twelfth man for the team.
Admission prices are £8 for adults and £5 for concessions.
> Meanwhile, the Tudors have launched a Red Membership which enables U16s to get into any home league game for just £1.