Meet the East Kilbride heroes ready for game of their lives v Celtic
The Lowland League outfit take on the Scottish champions in the Scottish Cup on Sunday.
Both the club and the town of East Kilbride are preparing for the game of their lives this Sunday as they take on Celtic in the Scottish Cup.
It's the fixture dreams are made of as the Lowland League side shape up for the fifth round of the competition at Airdrie's Excelsior Stadium.
East Kilbride made history by reaching this stage of the tournament after knocking out Forres Mechanics, Stenhousemuir and Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale in the earlier three rounds.
In typical David v Goliath cup tie fashion a team full of part-time players, who train just twice a week at their 500 capacity K-Park in East Kilbride's Calderglen Country Park, will face the Scottish champions.
Striker Liam Gormley, who also works as a salesman in furniture, knows just how big an occasion it will be against the giants of Scottish football having played for their youth side for three seasons.
He scored the winning goal for Celtic in the 2011 Youth Cup Final at Hampden to beat Rangers in extra-time, but believes this occasion will outweigh anything he has experienced before.