The Croydon Terriers, an amateur South London football club, take part in the FA Cup for the first time under the guidance of an ambitious new owner.


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Credited cast:
Obi Alan ...
 Gavin Tyler
Warwick Allen ...
 Niall Reedwood
Vinny Banton ...
 Terriers Supporter (2012)
Danny Barber ...
Darren Braithwaite ...
 Jez Franks (2012)
James Brennan ...
 Croydon Athletic Coach (2012)
Andrew Bumfrey ...
 Performance Analyst Richardson
Anthony Clegg ...
 Ray Barnes
 Dr. Justice
Nick Dare ...
 Alex Noyse
Rochelle De-Terville ...
 Rachel (2012)
Martin Dick ...
 Darren Lee
Matt Dormer ...
 Green Musketeers Captain
John Duggan ...
 Barman (2012)
Curtis Gayle ...
 Jay Rizzo


Road to FA Cup is a six-part semi improvisational mockumentary series that follows the behind the scenes activity at lowly non-league football club, the Croydon Terriers. This recently established South London team have for the first time earned their place in the pre-preliminary rounds of the FA Cup. On the back of this relative success, enter newly appointed chairman Niall Reedwood, a clueless playboy business man and A-list wannabe, deluded that this could be his ticket to the big time. Disaster looms however, as the club is rocked by on and off the field problems; from player disputes to board room bust-ups as the pressure of being filmed begins to show. The Terriers sign Italian defender Luca Tardelli (who speaks no English). Surely a move like this will bring in instant success? How will legendary manager Ray Barnes get on with the new ambitious owner? And how will the replacement of Captain Ian 'Speedo' Davis go down with the team? Satirizing the state of sport and ... Written by Anonymous

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£122,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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"Road to F.A. Cup" was filmed over the course of 8 years. The production halted filming in 2011 following the international cricketing scandal, which shut down the main set of filming, Croydon Athletic's KT Stadium. See more »

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