The sold out signs have already gone up at Maidenhead United ahead of the club’s biggest game in their recent history.
The Magpies need only a points from their fixture with second place Ebbsfleet United to secure the Vanarama National League South title.
A draw means the club will be playing in the top flight of Non-League football.
But Alan Devonshire’s side knows defeat allowed Fleet right back in it and it will go to the last day of the season.
Devonshire said after the team’s 3-0 win at Truro City that he knows they have the character to finish the job.
The manager wants his team to win the league in front of their own fans and avoid any last game nerves.
They have been backed all the way and over 3,200 – their biggest crowd for many years – will see them try.
The game sold out on Thursday afternoon and no more tickets are available.
“Thank you for your fantastic support both throughout the season and in selling out this final home league fixture of the season,” read a message on the club’s website.