BINFIELD Football Club will play at Wembley -- the home of English football -- after a dramatic penalty shootout win in the FA Vase.

The Bracknell Forest team beat United Services Portsmouth in the semi-final of the FA Vase this afternoon (May 8).

The Moles’ drew 1-1 with their opponents in normal time, taking the tie to penalties.

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Goalkeeper Chris Grace was the hero after he saved two of USP’s spot-kicks, setting up a 4-3 penalty shoot-out win.

Binfield will now travel to Wembley for the first time in their history after a long run in the FA Vase.

The Moles started their campaign with a penalty-shootout win in the second round against Newhaven.

They won both their fourth and fifth round games against Fakenham Town and Hadley on penalties, too.

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A 5-0 quarter-final win against Long Eaton United sealed their semi-final place against USP.

Binfield had to come from behind to seal the victory today after their Portsmouth opponents took the lead in the 20th minute.

But eight minutes from time Liam Ferdinand was on hand to equalise.

The penalty-shootout win set up huge celebrations for the Moles’ players out on their opponent’s pitch.

Binfield, a non-league side, will travel to Wembley for the FA Vase final on Saturday, May 22, where they will face either Rylands FC or Walsall Wood FC.