Tomorrow’s ‘super play-off’ against King’s Lynn Town is “by far” the biggest game in Warrington Town’s history, chairman Toby Macormac says.
Cantilever Park will host Yellows’ do-or-die clash with the Norfolk side, with the winners promoted to the National League North.
Town have never played in the National League system and promotion would put them two tiers below the Football League.
Macormac believes the magnitude of this game surpasses that of their FA Cup first round victory over Exeter City in 2014 and their trip to Wembley in the FA Vase final in 1987.
Whatever happens, the chairman says he could not have asked for more from manager Paul Carden and his squad.
“This is the biggest game in our history by far,” Macormac said.
“I know we had the FA Cup game against Exeter and even going right the way back to the FA Vase final at Wembley in 1987, but to put the club where this game could put it – there’s nothing bigger.
“In any other season, we’d be up now after beating South Shields in the play-off final.”