Last time I went to a game at King's Lynn their reserves were playing Ely on a bleak night almost exactly 2 years ago, if you want to read about that you can read it here: http://footballrambles.blogspot.com/2009/03/trip-to-lynn.html.
The place seemed a bit depressed and obviously there was less than a bumper crowd there. It was to be their last season in the Conference North. After starting the following season in the Northern Premier, they were only there for not making the ground improvements they should have, they then went bankrupt. It seems that they were spending too much on players, but weren't getting the ground in order. Anyway, now they have been reformed and are currently second in the United Counties (this is the equivalent of the Eastern Counties, where their reserves used to play) and after yesterday are in the semi-final of the FA Vase. What follows is a story of our day out in King's Lynn.