As Doncaster Rovers prepare to do battle with Stoke in the FA Cup this Saturday, we're looking back to one of the greatest days in the club's history - and why the two places will always be linked.
When Darren Ferguson's side go into battle with the Premiership side in the third round clash at the Keepmoat this weekend, the game is sure to bring memories flooding back for thousands of Rovers fans.
For it was at Stoke's Britannia Stadium that the rebirth of the club began - the setting for Rovers' dramatic return to the Football League after being cast into the oblivion of non-league wildnerness by the despised Ken Richardson regime.
It was on May 10, 2003 that thousands of Rovers fans descended on Staffordshire for the Nationwide Conference Play-Off final where they were pitted against Dagenham and Redbridge in a tense encounter.
Rovers raced into a 2-0 lead through Paul Green and Dave Morley, but the Daggers hit back to make it 2-2, drawing the match into extra-time and a golden goal finale - whichever team scored first would win the match, end the game and secure that Football League place.
Step forward Francis Tierney to score that goal, secure a 3-2 win and earn himself an honorary 'knighthood' from Rovers fans in the process and spark scenes of wild jubilation on City's pitch.
Can you spot yourself in our gallery from that momentous day?