A date and ticket prices have been confirmed for Bracknell Town's mammoth clash with Ipswich Town in the First Round Proper of the FA Cup.

It is the first time the Robins, of the Southern League Premier South, have reached the first round in over 20 years.

Their opponents, of the third tier, won the competition in 1978 and won the UEFA Cup in 1981.

It has been announced that the match is to be played on Monday, November 7 at 7.45pm- with a huge crowd expected to swamp Sandhurst.

All tickets have been priced at £25, and go on sale for season ticket holders and fans who purchased tickets for Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Hayes and Yeading and attend Saturday's fixture with North Leigh.

General sale begins on Sunday, October 24, and tickets are not expected to last long.

This will be the biggest event since the club moved to Bottom Meadow, Sandurst, and will be shown around the country on ITV4.

With prices increased by £10 on usual league matches, the club owner took to Twitter to explain the decision.

He said: "Ticketing costing clarification this is reflective of us having to put the entire Ipswich team and staff up for the night in a hotel on the outskirts of London; we cannot do this on a £15 ticket! Stewards Policing etc, come at a massive cost to a small club like ours."