Concord Rangers will be vying to cause an upset and lift silverware when they clash with Harrogate Town in the FA Trophy final this evening.

The Beach Boys, who ply their trade in the National League South, had never made it past the second round of the competition before this incredible run, which has seen them defeat some difficult opponents on route to Wembley.

Concord came into the competition in the third qualifying round and required a 3-2 replay win over Slough Town, following a goalless draw at their Aspect Arena home, in order to progress.

In the first round, the Beach Boys overcame a two-goal deficit to clinch a 3-2 victory over National League South rivals Maidstone United.

Another replay was required in the second round as a missed penalty from Joel Nouble proved costly against Bath City.

However, after the 1-1 stalemate, Nouble made amends by hitting an 88th minute winner in the 2-1 triumph in Somerset.

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Concord booked their place in the quarter-finals after a nail-biting penalty shoot-out win over Leamington, which sparked wild celebrations on the Aspect Arena pitch and in the changing room.

Royston Town were seen off in the final eight, after extra-time, before a 2-1 victory over Halesowen Town followed to ensure Concord would reach Wembley.