Plymouth Argyle will play at Wembley for only the third time in their history after reaching the Papa Johns Trophy Final.
Argyle needed to win a nerve-shredding penalty shoot-out against a resilient Cheltenham Town side in Tuesday’s Semi-Final, after the game finished 1-1 in 90 minutes.
Callum Burton saved Alfie May’s spot-kick in the decisive moment to spark joy among the majority of the 12,047 fans at Home Park and send Steven Schumacher’s side to the National Stadium on Sunday, 2 April.
Plymouth’s two previous visits to Wembley have come in Play-Off Finals, beating Darlington 1-0 in 1996 and losing 2-0 to AFC Wimbledon in 2016.
Argyle will find out their opponents in the Final on Wednesday, when Accrington Stanley host Bolton Wanderers in the other Semi-Final.
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