Southend United are going to Wembley for the first time in their history.
They're through to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final after beating Leyton Orient in their southern section final last night.
Paul Sturrock's men took a 1-0 aggregate lead into last night's game against Leyton Orient, but didn't make life easy for themselves.
The game finished 2-2, Southend going through 3-2 on aggregate thanks to a goal from Ben Reeves in the 90th minute.
The final is on April the 7th, Southend will play Crewe.
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