Gravesend's Punjab United are the brainchild of local businessman Chipie Sian who built the club from the ground up - literally. Sian built their stadium, designed their kit and acts as both owner and manager.
Under his guidance, they first appeared in the non-league structure for the 2016-17 season, when they won the Kent County League Premier Division with a record points tally – becoming the first Asian-run team to do so.
Now in the Southern Counties East Football League – the ninth tier of English football – Punjab United will be hoping to start their campaign in style after finishing 17th last season, when they also featured in an episode of the BBC documentary Our Lives.
Their opponents, Broadbridge Heath, have been around for much longer – they were formed in 1919 by soldiers demobilised after the First World War.
Based just outside of Horsham, The Bears are also in the ninth tier – in their case the Southern Combination League Premier Division – and are beginning their first season at their new ground, the High Wood Hill Sports Ground. Victory would represent their best ever FA Cup campaign, as they have never been past the extra preliminary round before in their long history.