FA Cup second round: Histon v Leeds Venue: Glass World Stadium Date: Sunday, 30 November Kick-off: 1215 GMT Coverage: Full live commentary on BBC Radio Leeds plus coverage on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC local radio, score updates on BBC Sport website. Live on ITV1.
Histon have only played League opposition three times in their history
By Peter Swan
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
It is the classic FA Cup story, former European giants Leeds United at plucky non-league Histon.
Sunday's second-round clash at the Glass World Stadium pits a humbled colossus of the English game against a band of over-achievers from just to the north of Cambridge.
It is a tie which perfectly captures the so-called 'Romance of the Cup'.
The twin villages of Histon and Impington - home to Histon FC - have a combined population of around 8,500.
It's the tie we all wanted to help raise the profile of our club, everything that this match will generate will help us long-term and that's the biggest aim
Histon boss Steve Fallon
There are five churches, six pubs, a post office, a police station, a duck pond and until recently a fairly regular village football team.
Histon were playing in the Southern League when Leeds reached the Champions League semi-final in 2001.
With only modest resources, the club has steadily climbed the non-league pyramid and last year finished seventh in their first season at Conference National level.
A few years back, a clash against former European Cup finalists would have been unimaginable.
Speaking after the second-round draw, manager Steve Fallon told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: "It's the tie we all wanted to help raise the profile of our club.
"Everything that this match will generate will help us long-term and that's the biggest aim."
Steve Fallon has been with Histon for the past nine seasons
Fallon has been with Histon since 1999 and - alongside assistant John Beck - is the man responsible for masterminding the club's on-field success.
A Cambridge United stalwart, he has ruffled more than a few feathers in recent seasons with a hat-trick of victories against his former club.
However an equally vital cog in the Histon machine is chairman Gareth Baldwin, who has been responsible for ensuring that the club's infrastructure has kept pace with the exploits of their playing squad.
In a village with a population of just over 8,000 securing financial backing has not always been easy, but Baldwin knows the FA Cup will prove a big boost.
"Statistically we found that in 2004 [when Histon reached the second round] we grew our fan base by 30% because of our FA Cup run," he said.
"If this FA Cup run can do the same that would be exceptional."
Histon will hope to make close on to £100,000 from their cup run once all the extra costs of staging the Leeds match are taken into account - and that is assuming they don't make the third round.
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