Yeovil Town's Emirates FA Cup fourth round tie against Manchester United will be shown live on TV.
Taking place at Huish Park on Friday, January 26th (7.55pm), Jose Mourinho's Red Devils will arrive in Somerset alongside the television cameras.
The club will receive a £144,000 pounds as part of the television deal.
Ticket prices and purchase process can be viewed here, with tickets going on sale to season ticket holders and bundle holders only from 9am on Friday 12th January.
Yeovil Town will welcome Manchester United to Huish Park in the fourth round of the FA Cup on the weekend of January 26-29th
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Sir Alex scribbled the list when his new team took on Oxford United away in the old Division One on November 8, 1986.
The Manchester United team that day was 1. Chris Turner, 2. Mike Duxbury, 3. Arthur Albiston, 4. Kevin Moran, 5. Paul McGrath, 6. Graeme Hogg, 7. Clayton Blackmore, 8. Remi Moses, 9. Frank Stapleton, 10. Peter Davenport, 11. Peter Barnes. Sub: Jesper Olsen.
United lost the game 2-0 and finished the season a lowly 11th place. Everton were champions.
The fading piece of paper, signed by Fergie, was only expected to sell for £3,000 at the Devizes auction.
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