'Tea-shop town' Harrogate plotting Wembley promotion party

History Boys - Harrogate Town are 90-minutes away from promotion to the Football League Credit: PA

Harrogate Town could be about to make football history at Wembley.

The club are in the National League play off final and victory would see them join the football league for the first time since they were established 106 years ago.

But while promotion would make them the youngest club in the league, standing in their way is the world's oldest football league club Notts County.

Jack Muldoon's goal in the semi-finals sent Harrogate Wembley-bound. Credit: PA

Fans from the North Yorkshire town, more known for its spa water and tea shops, could be celebrating with champagne at the final whistle.

The game is being played behind closed doors so none of the fans will be at Wembley for Sunday's play off final - except as cardboard cut-outs.

One person who is looking forward to attending the game is club president George Dunnington.

Since the 1960's the 83 year old has done most jobs at the club from groundsman to director.

Calendar's Chris Dawkes looks at the build up to the big match.