North Ferriby United are going to Wembley, but only after putting their fans through the mill in the most dramatic of cup ties.
The Conference North side had to come from behind in a thrilling FA Trophy semi-final second leg against Bath City. The match finished 1-1, leaving the aggregate scores tied at 3-3.
But goalkeeper Adam Nicklin was North Ferriby's hero, as he saved twice in a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win.
They'll now face Conference side Wrexham, who booked their place in the Wembley final by beating Torquay United 3-0 yesterday, 5-1 on aggregate. Wrexham will go into the game on Sunday March 29 as firm favourites.
It'll be North Ferriby's second appearance at Wembley. In 1997 the Villagers lost to Whitby Town in the final of the FA Vase.
North Ferriby United will retain their status as English football's highest ranked village regardless of the outcome of Saturday's game against Guiseley.
That will not be enough for the Villagers though, as they push for promotion to the Football Conference.
A strong season took them to the Northern Conference play offs, but a 2-0 first leg defeat away to Yorkshire rivals Guiseley leaves them with work to do if they are to maintain their promotion push.
The return leg at North Ferriby kicks off at 3 o'clock on Saturday and manager Billy Heath will be hoping for a positive performance.
A United win would set up a final against Altrincham or Hednesford Town who drew 2-2 in their first leg game.
North Ferriby United is currently the highest ranked village on the English football ladder.
Now they are one game away from reaching the Conference, just one division below the football league.
Chris Dawkes has been to meet them:
The long-running battle to stop hundreds of new homes from being built in East Yorkshire entered its latest stage today with the start of a public inquiry.
The developers behind the plans near North Ferriby say they're responding to local demand. But campaigners fear the houses will destroy their village. Adam Fowler reports.
The developers behind plans for hundreds of new homes near North Ferriby say the project would be good for the region. A public inquiry is underway after a planning application was turned down earlier in the year.
A public inquiry has opened in to whether developers St Modwen should be allowed to build 510 homes near North Ferriby. Around 1,400 households objected to the scheme, which was refused planning consent by East Riding Council in May, prompting the developers to launch an appeal.
The outcome of the public inquiry will be sent to Communities Secretary Eric Pickles for the final say.