Maidenhead United have received some quite serious support ahead of their title showdown with Ebbsfleet United – Prime Minister Theresa May!
She has taken time out from her political engagements to wish the club well for their match.
Maidenhead need only a draw with Fleet, who are second, to win the Vanarama National League South.
Should the Kent club be victorious in front of a sell out crowd, it will go down to the final day – and with an inferior goal difference it is likely the Magpies will need to win.
Alan Devonshire’s team have been backed by number 10 as they go into their biggest game for many, many years.
The Prime Minister said: “They have made the whole town proud.
“I want to send my best wishes to everyone at Maidenhead United ahead of their critical match on Saturday.
“It has been a fantastic season and I do hope they make it over the line and secure promotion.”
Maidenhead defender Dean Inman says confidence is high in the camp.
“Backing from the Prime Minister is not something a Non-League club earns every day!” said Inman.
“We are excited about the match and have great belief in our ability. It’s been a fantastic season and now we need to do that last bit.”