Figures from across Berkshire have come out to give support to non-league Bracknell Town as they prepare to face League One Ipswich Town tonight.

A sold-out Bottom Meadow is the venue as 1978 Cup winning Tractor Boys stand in the way of the Robins' first ever appearance in Round Two.

The draw for the next round will be ahead of the clash in Sandhurst, with ITV4 covering the match on terrestrial television.

MP for Bracknell, James Sunderland, tweeted his support this morning- calling it 'a fantastic night for Bracknell.'

Reading manager Paul Ince, who won the FA Cup twice as a Manchester United player, lives in nearby Ascot.

When asked on the tie, he said: "That's a big draw for them! We wish them all the best!"

Bracknell Referees Association hope it's 'a night to remember.'

Kick off is at 7.45, and Bracknell News will provide regular updates as Carl Withers and Jamie McClurg's side look to make history.