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  1. BBC coverage

    The BBC will broadcast one game from every round of this season's FA Cup qualifying, including this weekend’s match between Prestwich Heys and Radcliffe FC.

    Saturday's preliminary round tie will be streamed on the BBC Sport website, app and iPlayer.

    Once qualifying is over, a game from every stage of the 2018-19 FA Cup will be live-streamed across BBC Sport's digital platforms - PC, mobile or connected TV.

    Matches will also be available live and on-demand on BBC iPlayer. Watch the full match between Haverhill Rovers and Haverhill Borough from the extra preliminary round here.

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    Image caption: Can Prestwich Heys provide one of the early giant-killing stories of this year's competition?
  2. The road to Wembley

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    This season's FA Cup story continues with the preliminary round taking place ahead of the first round of qualifying.

    Whilst a trip to Wembley is a unrealistic target for the likes of Prestwich Heys and Radcliffe FC, there is still plenty to play for across the 160 ties this weekend.

    Heys play in the North West Counties League Division One North, the ninth tier of English football, and are in the FA Cup for the first time since 1983. They defeated Abbey Hey 2-1 in the Extra Preliminary Round two weeks ago.

    Radcliffe FC are from the Northern Premier League Division One West, two divisions higher than Heys. They reached the first round of the competition in 2000 and are managed by former professionals Jon Macken and Frank Sinclair.

  3. Get that cup-winning feeling

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: The winners' 'outstanding' day at Wembley

    Have you caught FA Cup fever and fancy following in the footsteps of your heroes by playing at St George's Park - England's training base - or lifting a trophy at Wembley?

    Well, you could find yourself doing just that by registering your interest in taking part in the 2019 FA People's Cup, the biggest five-a-side tournament in the country.

    Fill in the online form and find out more here.