Note: This weekly series will look for teams outside of the top flights of European football to find true underdog stories of clubs well below the radar. Clubs will be featured based on performance in the various tournaments that happen concurrently with the league seasons, or even strong runs in some of the leagues that dot the European football landscape. Chances are, these clubs will be years away from finding a home at the top flights of football – if they are ever able to get there – but it doesn’t mean they don’t deserve attention from time to time. If you happen upon a team that you think might qualify, feel free to drop me a line on Twitter @GuruEbby or @SportMuseNet!
Slough Town F.C.
Nickname: The Rebels
Founded: 1893 (as Slough)
Location: Slough, Berkshire, England
Team Colors: Blue & Yellow
Ground: Arbor Park
Current League: National League South (Tier 6)
Reason For Notice
Slough Town was one of at least two clubs to upset a club from a higher tier in the replay of its FA Cup match this week, with a thrilling victory on penalty kicks over National League side Sutton United. The victory in front of the faithful fans at Arbor Park advances the club through to the second round of the FA Cup, where they will face off against the winner of Gillingham and Hartlepool United, who play their own replay match later today.