South Shields have secured their place at Wembley for the final of the FA Vase, after a 4-0 second leg win over Coleshill Town.
Goals from Julio Arca, Gavin Cogdon, Carl Finnigan and David Foley gave Shields a comfortable victory, which saw them take the tie 6-1 on aggregate.
Now, the hunt is on for tickets so that fans can watch their team at the famous stadium against Cleethorpes Town. Here's everything you need to know about the game.
When is the final?
The game will take place at Wembley on Sunday May 21 and will be part of this seasons 'Non-League Finals Day', which will also see York City take on Macclesfield in the FA Trophy final. The Vase final between Shields and Cleethorpes kicks off at 12.15pm.
Sunderland play Chelsea across London at 4pm in their final Premier League game. Some SAFC fans are looking at watching the Vase game first before darting over to Stamford Bridge.
How do I get tickets?
Tickets can be purchased online at www.ticketing.thefa.com or from the FA ticket office, which can be reached at 0844 826 2010. A small allocation of tickets will also be sold by the club.
Prices are fixed at £25 for adults, £10 for concessions and just £1 for children.
How many tickets will South Shields get?
The club currently has an allocation of 6,300 tickets. However, this allocation is naturally going very quickly, with around 4,500 believed to have been sold already.
However, the club are hoping to increase their allocation. Hereford Town took around 20,000 fans to Wembley last year for their big day against Morpeth Town and many people are predicting Shields will have a five-figure following too.
How do I get there?
Long time club sponsor Westoe Travel have put together a number of packages that include the option to stay over, or return the same day, with prices for the Day Trip by coach starting at £35 for adults.
More information about the packages on offer can be found at www.westoetravel.co.uk or alternatively, they can also be reached at 0191 4552292.
How else can I watch the game?
BT Sport have the rights to the final. and last year broadcast live Morpeth's win over Hereford.