Flackwell Heath v Binfield
The FA Cup with Budweiser
Extra Preliminary Round
7.45pm, Friday 16 August 2013
Wilks Park, Flackwell Heath FC
Winning clubs receive £1500 from The FA's prize fund
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Last weekend Binfield became one of the few sides to see their name in lights at Wembley - and now the Berkshire club are preparing for a second "rollercoaster ride" toward the national stadium.
After winning the Berks & Bucks FA and the South East Regional Charter Status Community Club of 2013, sponsors McDonald's took members of the club to watch Manchester United and Wigan in The FA Community Shield, where the club's name was displayed around the ground.
But manager Mark Tallentire knows the route to actually playing beneath Wembley's famous arch is a lot harder than last weekend's.
Their first task is a visit to face Flackwell Heath in their FA Cup with Budweiser Extra Preliminary Round clash on Friday and Tallentire is looking forward to the trip.
He told TheFA.com: "Flackwell Heath have built a very good side with some dangerous players. They've got Lee Thompson and Adam Dickens who can score goals so we'll have to stay on our game if we're to come out the other side of it.
"But we've got nearly a full squad and with Carl Davis, Seb Bowerman and Adam Cornell scoring in our 7-0 win over Abingdon Town, we're looking in good shape."
Tallentire will be looking to repeat what he achieved during his time at Bracknell Town where in the 2000/01 season he took them to the First Round Proper for the first time in their history.
"The FA Cup's a great competition and the rewards become greater the further you go," he added.
"Obviously playing at Wembley will always be the dream but for teams at our level the prize money goes a long way and we will definitely be giving it our all. I'm sure Flackwell Heath see it exactly the same way so I'm expecting a close game.
"If we get through it's all about the luck of the draw but you can never say never in The FA Cup. It's a fantastic rollercoaster ride to be on and very hard to get off and as always I'm excited to be part of it."