Those of us of a certain age might think of Hereford United and that famous FA Cup 3rd Round replay win over Newcastle United in 1971/72 - that pitch and the Ronnie Radford goal.
But this is Hereford FC - the "phoenix" club that arose from the liquidation of Hereford United - the Club that folded in December 2014 with debts of c. £1.4m.
Hereford FC began life in the Midland Football League (2015/16) and were Champions being promoted to The Southern League. They reached the FA Vase Final that season losing 1-4 at Wembley Stadium.
They were Champions of the Southern League Division One SW the following season and then Champions of the Southern Premier Division in 2017/18.
They have since been members of the National League North, finishing 16th in 2019/20 and 12th in 2021/22.
In the 2020/21 season they again went to Wembley in the FA Trophy Final losing 3-1 to Hornchurch.
This coming Friday they are at home to Portsmouth FC in the 1st Round of the FA Cup which is live on TV.
They currently lie 11th in their League having won 6, drawn 3 and lost 5 of their games to date.