SWINDON Town's FA Cup first round opponents Dartford have revealed more than 2,000 tickets have already been sold for Sunday's tie in Kent.

With Town expected to sell out their own allocation of 800, the National League South club have reported brisk business for the all-ticket clash at Princes Park, the first time Dartford have hosted Football League opposition since their 2010 clash with Port Vale.

Co-chairman Steve Irving told KentOnline: "We’re very lucky in that we’ve got a fantastic supporter base that rallies round in weeks like this.

"The supporters committee has been doing work, helping out, selling tickets, just being available, even on Saturday when we had a crisis when the stewards didn’t turn up - we had people willing to jump in and help out.

"It’s their day but they’re prepared to work and put their time in to make it a success."

A reminder that Sunday's game kicks off at 2pm.