Lincoln City may have lost 5 - 0 to Arsenal in yesterday's historic FA Cup Quarter Final - but their fans still love them!
Thousands of them travelled to the capital and as they poured out of the Emirates Stadium, despite the result, they could not have been more proud.
Arsenal ended a miserable week on a relative high as they easily saw off non-league Lincoln 5-0 to reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup.Read the full story ›
Lincoln City are hoping to become the first non-league side to reach the FA Cup semi finals since 1912, when King George V was on the throneRead the full story ›
Arsenal will be without both Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck for Saturday's FA Cup sixth-round clash with Lincoln.Read the full story ›
The Cowley brothers have told Calendar how their obsession with the video game Championship Manager helped lay the groundwork for their success at the helm of Lincoln City.
Nicky and Danny Cowley even claim they might have made it to the top of the professional game already – if their parents hadn't insisted they stopped playing to do their homework.
Here's Chris Dawkes's report:
The earliest surviving public record, the Domesday Book, is being loaned to Lincoln Castle as part of a major exhibition this yearRead the full story ›
Lincoln City held their final press conference today ahead of their cup clash with Arsenal on Saturday.
Sincil Bank became the focus of international attention as foreign media descended to tell the story of the first non-league football club to make it to the FA Cup quarter finals since 1914
Chris Dawkes reports:
Lincoln's FA Cup hero reveals how the death of his mother and the birth of a daughter have spurred him on to success.
Mansfield born Nathan Arnold, 29, who scored the winning goal in Lincoln's third round replay win over Ipswich, is looking forward to walking out in front of 60,000 fans at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Saturday as Lincoln City become the first non-league team to play in an FA Cup quarter final for 103 years.
As the dad of two strides onto the pitch, his thoughts will turn to his beloved football-mad mum Paula, who died aged just 50 in September 2015.
But there to cheer him on will be partner Jennifer Green, mother to 12-week-old Alba, whose short life has coincided with Lincoln's remarkable run in the world's oldest cup competition.
As Lincoln City gears up for its historic FA Cup quarter final with Arsenal on Saturday, Mark Gough meets one of the players instrumental in the Imps' incredible run.
Thirty-two-year-old striker Matt Rhead only turned professional five years ago after leaving his job making diggers for JCB. And back at the workplace, his former colleagues could not be prouder.