AFC Emley’s historic first play-off clash will be a local derby at home to Penistone Church on Tuesday (7.45).

And the Northern Counties East League First Division promotion chasers are hoping Huddersfield Town fans will back their bid to make Saturday’s final against Bottesford Town or Hallam.

Admission to the semi-final at the Fantastic Media Welfare Ground is £4.50 adults, £2,50 concessions and free for Under 13s.

Emley, seeking promotion to the NCEL Premier Division for the first time since their formation in 2005, ended their regular-season fixtures with a goalless draw at Knaresborough Town.

That left them fourth, a place and two points higher than Penistone and the club’s highest final placing since entering the NCEL in 2006.

Darren Hepworth’s Emley were 2-0 home winners over Church in September while the away game on Boxing Day finished 1-1.

They boast one of non-league football’s most prolific scorers in Ashley Flynn .

He has notched 80 times this season, although the resignation of Lincoln Moorlands Railway from the NCEL means the seven he scored in two games against them have been expunged from the official records.

Penistone were formed in 1906 and played in the Sheffield County Senior League before joining he NCEL in 2014.

Their best-known product is former Town, Oxford United and Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper Harry Fearnley , who went on to coach the original Emley.

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Manager Ian Richards guided his side to ninth last season.

They were 3-2 winners at Grimsby Borough on Saturday.

It’s the NCEL’s first play-offs and Bottesford and Hallam meet in their semi-final on Wednesday.

Should Bottesford win, they will host Saturday’s final.

If Hallam go through, the winners of the Emley-Penistone clash will have home advantage.