Podcast 225: Strength in Depth – A History of Non-League Football, Part 5

by | Oct 10, 2020

This morning we reach the halfway point of Strength in Depth, our history of non-league football. The FA Cup is, of course, the oldest football tournament in the world, but whilst no non-league club has won the competition in almost 120 years, it retains a very close link with the non-league game. This week, we have the story of non-league clubs in the FA Cup, from before there were any leagues at all to the present day.

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