They already have more online followers than Everton and West Ham, but the club founded by YouTuber Spencer FC has even bigger dreams.
In 2013, 55-year-old Gordon Hill had his life turned upside down when a clip of him at a non-League football match went viral.
"There are two precious moments for me. One was when my daughter gave me a hug on stage at Wembley. The other was taking Simon Cowell to Harvester."
"I got through a lot of Scotch eggs."
How a horror about vegan goblins, written and directed by Italians, filmed in Utah with a largely Mormon cast, became a cinematic sensation.
"If a gun was put to my head, and they said, ‘Tell me the best episode of television ever,’ it’s this."
Producers and former housemates reflect on the year 2000, a groundbreaking but simpler time when the height of scandal was "Nasty Nick" lying.
Once almost entirely Asian in composition, Sporting Khalsa’s players are now drawn from a far wider demographic. Despite the changes, their original identity as a diaspora club endures.
The nature of football support, and in particular the match-going experience, has changed profoundly with the ubiquity of mobile phones and tablets. Are we still fully engaged with what's taking place on the pitch?
At 24 most footballers are seen as entering their prime years; for a normal person, simply having a sense of direction will suffice.