Slough Town FC are a well respected name in non-league football who currently play in the Southern League Central Division.
Just 15 years ago the Rebels were in the Conference, one step away from reaching the Football League.
But in 1998 the consortium which ran the club decided they were not prepared to pay for the ground improvements needed to stay at that level and Slough were demoted to the Isthmian League.
Since then the club has transferred to the Southern League and now, under the guidance of boss Steve Bateman, it is trying to work its way back up the football pyramid.
In each of the last three seasons, the Rebels have come up just short in their search for promotion, missing out in the play-offs.
They started the current 2012/13 campaign as favourites to win the championship but so far they have been hampered by a fine run in the FA Cup.
Slough made it all the way to the first round proper of the competition where they met Conference Premier side Mansfield Town.
The Rebels earned an impressive 0-0 draw at Mansfield in the original tie before losing at home on penalties following a 1-1 draw in the replay.
Club: Slough Town FC
Nickname: The Rebels
Ground: Holloways Park
League: Southern Central Division
Chairman: Steve Easterbrook
Manager: Steve Bateman