Leicestershire non-league football clubs set for historic cup ties

By Jayden Whitworth

Anstey Nomads and Coalville Town both have exciting FA Cup ties coming up this weekend as both sides look to cement a spot in the draw for the FA Cup first round proper.

Anstey Nomads face Chesterfield Town in the FA cup this weekend [SAT15] after becoming the first team from the ninth tier of English football to reach the fourth qualifying round.

The Nomads overcame Shefford Town & Campton FC on Saturday, October 1st with a resounding 5-0 win. 

Chesterfield Town are flying high in the Vanarama National League looking for promotion back to the EFL. 

Last time Chesterfield was in the FA cup they faced two-time European champions Chelsea, now they make the trip to Leicestershire, to Cropston Road, to face a side that have never made it to the first round.

Tickets have sold out on what has set to be a momentous day for the non-league Leicestershire club.

For Coalville Town they face a trip to Nottingham to face the oldest side in English football, Notts County.

Coalville has been flying high in the Southern League Central, currently sitting in 3rd place, but attentions turn to this weekends cup tie at Meadow Lane.

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