The FA Cup visited the University of Lincoln ahead of Lincoln City’s historical clash against Arsenal in the quarter-finals this weekend.
City are the first non-league side to reach this round of the competition for 103 years, and Danny Cowley’s Imps side will be looking to make more history in the competition on the weekend when they face the Gunners at the Emirates.
The Imps have defied the odds by beating four Football League sides, including Oldham, Ipswich, Brighton and their latest scalp against Burnley, thanks to a late winner by Sean Raggett.
Click below to find out more about the FA Cup visiting the university, as well as hearing from Lincoln City goalkeeping coach Jimmy Walker, who reflects on losing in the 2006 FA Cup final against Liverpool, where he was an unused substitute.
And of course, hear from Imps manager Danny Cowley ahead of the match.