Bracknell Town Football Club is hosting one of the town’s biggest sporting events this Saturday.

The club, nicknamed the Robins, play Yorkshire side Marske United in the quarter-finals of the FA Vase.

A victory would see them just two games – the semi-finals are held over two legs – away from playing in a final at Wembley in May.

The club is making special arrangements for one of the most important games in its 122-year history which is expected to attract close to 1,000 fans to the Larges Lane ground.

Club chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse is advising fans to use public transport or even cycle there, while those living locally should walk to the ground

“That is every player’s dream,” said goalkeeper Chris Grace. “We will be doing everything possible to get to Wembley.”

Grace, several team-mates and the management team of Jeff Lamb, Paul McGrotty and Derek Sweetman are hoping it will be third time lucky.

They have reached the quarter-finals twice before when involved with Ascot United, but only to be knocked out.

Joint-manager Lamb commented: “We don’t want that disappointment again. We want to go all the way this time.”

Extra refreshments outlets are being brought in, along with portable toilets.

Car parking for spectators will not be available at the ground, but extra spaces are being provided nearby, including at Bracknell and Wokingham College.

Kick-off, 3pm.