THE 11th of November, 2014, one of the greatest day's in the history of Worcester City Football Club.

Sean Geddes scored twice as City beat former FA Cup winners Coventry City in the first-round to produce one of the biggest upset's the competition has seen.

Over 3,000 City fans packed out the away end behind the goal at The Ricoh and there were jubilant scenes after the game as players and coaches celebrated a memorable afternoon.

The shock of all shocks had been on the cards late in the first-half when Sky Blues' keeper Lee Burge was shown a straight red card for violent conduct. Geddes tucked away the penalty and City led 1-0.

Down to 10, Coventry had a glorious chance to equalise from the spot after now Tottenham Hotspur star James Maddison was brought down, but City keeper Nathan Vaughan saved Reda Johnson's scuffed spot-kick.

The raucous City support were celebrating wildly once more in the 55th minute as Geddes' low shot found the bottom corner.

Johnson did pull one back for Coventry from Maddison's cross to the far post, but City held on for a famous, famous victory.

City went on to face Scunthorpe United in the second round, where 2,000 fans made the trip to watch Carl Heeley's men produce another brilliant performance to draw 1-1 and take the tie to a replay back at Aggborough.

Another 1-1 meant the game went to extra-time and a penalty shootout, where League One Scunthorpe prevailed 14-13 in what remains an FA Cup record with 32 penalties.