Cheltenham Town: Robins v Hereford to be screened by ESPN
Cheltenham Town's FA Cup second round tie against Hereford United will be shown live on ESPN.
The match has been pushed back two days to Monday, December 3 and the Robins will receive £67,925 in TV revenue.
It will be the second time an FA Cup tie involving Cheltenham has been broadcast live, following the fourth round tie against Newcastle United at Whaddon Road in 2005/06, which was on the BBC.
Cheltenham have a poor recent record against Hereford, who suffered relegation out of the Football League last season.
They have not beaten them at home since the 1960s and in eight previous FA Cup meetings, Cheltenham have only emerged triumphant on one occasion (1946).
Hereford have five former Robins players on their books in Andy Gallinagh, Marley Watkins, Brian Smikle, Michael Townsend and Marlon Jackson.
The winners of the match will receive £27,000 in prize money as well as a potentially even more lucrative tie in the third round, as the Premier League and Championship clubs enter the competition.