Notts County Women take on Lincoln United in an FA Cup preliminary round match on Sunday (kick-off 2pm).
The Magpies are in action at Basford United's Greenwich Avenue and spectators are welcome, with admission priced £3.50 (under 16s free). Click here to get your ticket in advance.
Chairman Stephen Rooth said: “To have this opportunity again this year in such a historic cup, which is the equivalent to the men’s knockout competition, and to hopefully follow the success of the 2015 team that met Chelsea in final, is such an achievement in itself.
"I wish all the players the very best of luck in their bid to get through to the knockout stages.
"All the Girls at the club will be rooting for the Ladies and send their best wishes. It gives the younger girls aspirations to continue their football journey through the pathway and hopefully play for Notts in the FA Cup in years to come.
"I’m sure that if they perform as they have been doing recently, we should continue on the Road to Wembley very soon."
Manager Adam Dunleavy added: "The FA Cup always brings a buzz around the place and it's a competition that means a lot to all the players and staff.
"We were delighted with our start last season in the competition with Nya Chambers heading into the record books with the competition's fastest ever goal on 47 seconds against Cleethorpes Town!
"We have a huge test this weekend against a very ambitious Lincoln team who will be looking to come and spoil the party so we will be going all out to secure a trip to NTU Women in the next round.
"We hope to see some new fans down this weekend and put on a great advert for the Women's game in the Midlands."