FA CUP fever has gripped Accrington Stanley as they prepare for their live BBC televised first round clash at home to Huddersfield Town a week on Sunday (ko 1pm).
The club, players and fans were delighted after being drawn against the Third Division side at the Interlink Express Stadium.
Tickets go on sale today (Thursday) from 4-7pm and the clash will be all-ticket. Home supporters will be able to buy tickets for three individually-sectioned areas of the ground - the Coppice Terrace; the Main Stand and the Clayton Terrace and half of the Whinney Hill Terrace. Prices are £10 for adults and £6 for concessions.
The capacity at the Interlink Express Stadium is around 4,400 with around 400 tickets for away supporters.
Stanley, as well as part of the gate receipts, will get £50,000 for being live on the BBC. "It is a first for Stanley as it is the first time we will be at home live on television. It is a huge boost for the club," said chairman Eric Whalley.
The ticket office is open 9am-3pm on Friday, closed all day Saturday but open 10am-3pm on Sunday. The game is expected to be a sell-out.