Accrington Stanley are selling 'commemorative' FA Cup tickets for a clash against Manchester United that never happened.
The Reds were knocked out of the tournament after a second round replay 2-0 defeat to Yeovil Town on December 16.
If Stanley were to have beaten Yeovil they would have faced Manchester United at the Crown Ground on January 4.
Despite the mouthwatering fixture passing Stanley by, the club is still hoping to cash in with 250 'special edition commemorative tickets' now on sale at £20 apiece.
Stanley chairman Peter Marsden said the proceeds generated from the commemorative tickets would be used towards helping manager John Coleman strengthen the squad.
He said: "Who knows it could be the difference between us making the play-offs or narrowly missing out."
Those who purchase the commemorative tickets will have their name on a Roll of Honour in the club programme and on the website to recognise their contribution.
Manager Coleman said: “This isn’t about dwelling on what might have been. It would have been magnificent to play Manchester United but it was akin to being on holiday.
"Holidays quickly come and go and we have a league campaign to focus on.
"I believe we have a realistic chance of making the play-offs if we can just get people to help us a little bit. Anything helps, whether it’s to strengthen the squad or keep hold of the players that we’ve already got. Who knows where it can take us?
"In essence it’s a virtual match but we are speaking to Manchester United and we’re going to try to pull on their heart strings a bit and hopefully those who buy the tickets might actually see us play them in the not too distant future.
"It would make a massive difference and any avenue that we can explore to try to bring funds into the club has got to be explored.
"Infrastructure wise and ground wise you can say that we are a small club but we have big hearts and great people who support us and work behind the scenes at the club and they just need a little bit of help.
"A lot of people will look at Accrington Stanley with affection and some will adopt us as their second club. If those people can help us a little bit and make us a bit stronger then maybe we can give them better days supporting us."
The special edition commemorative Manchester United tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at accringtonstanley.co.uk .