Yoogali FC face their toughest challenge of the season this weekend when they host Wollongong Olympic at Yellowtail Park on Saturday afternoon.
It will be a busy weekend for the boys at the Yoogali Football Club who will be taking to the field straight after the wedding involving one of their teammates Ross Virgara with Virgara himself changing out of his suit to quickly to jump onto the field.
"That's just what you have to do for your club," coach Ross Marando said.
As for the game itself, Marando knows his side will have their work cut out for them.
"They are ranked something like 90th in the country," he said.
"But that is why you play in competition like this to test yourself against some of the best clubs from around the state.
"We don't know what sort of side they will bring and are hopeful that we might be able to pull of an upset."
Olympic finished on top of the Illawarra Premier League competition last season before losing the final.
Marando said his side will be without a number of key personal with the wedding happening two hours before kickoff but it is a good chance to test the depth at the club with Marando himself pulling the boots on.
"It's good because it gives us a chance to test some of the younger boys and we have a couple of new players as well," he said.
"We have been training for the last six weeks and have had good numbers. We are still about four to six weeks from our competition getting underway so it will be good to have our first hit out early.
"The boys are really keen to get back out there."
The game will get underway at around 3pm on Saturday at Yellowtail Park and the Yoogali FC coach is hopeful of there being a good crowd on hand to watch.