Chichester City chairman Andy Bell says TV money and other FA Cup revenue is massive in terms of their future stability.

The Lillywhites are the lowest ranked side left in the competition heading into the second round.

Yesterday it was announced that their second round tie away to a League One side in Wycombe or Tranmere will be shown live on BT Sport on Sunday , December 1.

A time for the tie has not been confirmed but it will be at 12.30pm or 3pm.

Chi will receive a £75,000 fee with the tie being shown on BT Sport.

Bell spoke about what money will do for the club.

He said: “Financially it means we will be stable for another two or three years.

“This is our first season in the Isthmian League and we set ourselves quite a big budget.

“We then had to go about trying to get the sponsors to help us work on that budget.

“The council has given us a new 3G pitch, which will be done in the next two or three years.

“The problem we have at the minute is we have teams playing at different venues.

“The money we make from the bar and food does not go to the club, it goes to the management company who own that.

“The TV money and the money we are getting from the cup run is our budget for next season.

“It is massive, a massive thing for this club because it means we can all play at Oaklands Park instead of having our teams playing at different venues across Chichester.

Chichester will play their first home league game in 60 days tomorrow when they take on Sittingbourne at home.

Their last game at Oaklands Park in any competition was on October 5.

The reason it has been such a big gap between games at home for Chichester is thanks to their game at home to Ashford at the start of the month being called off due to a waterlogged pitch and their four other games during that time were all away from home.

The Lilywhites have made a good start to life in the Isthmian South East, as they currently sit tenth in the table and a win could take them to seventh.

One thing that Chichester will have to make sure they have is a full strength squad as prior to their second round tie as that will be their third game in eight days.