There is a welcome financial boost for Deeping Rangers and for Kidderminster Harriers after it was confirmed their FA Cup tie will be broadcast live on the internet.
Vanarama National League North Kiddy will make the trip to Peterborough next Saturday in the second qualifying round and excitement is already building.
The FA and the BBC have confirmed the game will be streamed live online and it will fetch a broadcast fee. The game will now kick off at 12.30pm.
— John F (@ukbetweenlines) September 7, 2017
They have, though, announced that this is ‘subject to a satisfactory technical survey’ the FA will made a Deeping’s ground.
Kidderminster will want to avoid being on the wrong end of an upset against the United Counties League side.
It comes after today’s new that attacker Daniel Nti has left the club to join Nuneaton Town.