The FA Cup trophy visited Cornwall yesterday, travelling to Bodmin Town as the team prepares to take on local rivals Bideford in the second qualifying stage of the competition on Saturday.
Bodmin are one of the lowest ranked sides still in the competition.
The team plays in the South West Peninsula League Premier Division.
Having already beaten three teams ranked above them in the National League system, a win at Priory Park on Saturday would see them reach the Third Round Qualifying and match their all-time best performance in the competition.
Brian Retallack, Bodmin Town President and father-in-law of First Team Manager Darren Gilbert, says the club is "delighted" to have hosted the famous trophy.
Andy Ambler, The FA’s Director of Professional Game Relations, says the cup is a competition that is "truly for all".