Excitement – and tension – are building as time ticks down to the biggest game York City have played in years.
At 3pm, the National League North play off final will kick off at a sold out LNER Community Stadium.
City take on Boston United in the battle to be promoted into the National League.
A record crowd of 7,500 will be at the stadium, with the large majority of City fans cheering their team on.
The nerves are building:
And superfan Chuitar has composed another song for City’s big day:
And the club has released a promotional video to stir the emotions.
Rules on the day
If you are one of the lucky ones with a ticket here’s some things you should know.
- Turnstiles open at 1pm. Get there early – the electronic ticketing system always causes queues
- The police are taking a zero tolerance approach to flares, pitch invasions and more
- Detection dogs will be present in and around the stadium
- The Fanzone will be split in half to segregate the Azuma (East) Stand and Nfinnerty (South) Stand
How to watch
If you haven’t got a ticket, you can still watch via a live stream of the match.
Access costs £10, and includes a commentary provided by York City.
Coverage starts at 2.45pm and you can sign up here.