Pompey will take on Maidenhead in the first round of the FA Cup this weekend.
Portsmouth will be travelling up to Berkshire to take on the National League side on Saturday (November 10) hoping to book their place in the next stage of the cup.
While many Pompey fans will be taking the trip to York Road to watch the South Coast side face The Magpies.
If you are unable to travel for the cup clash the game will be on TV so there's still a chance to watch it.
What TV channels are showing FA Cup games?
Both BBC and BT Sport will be showing matches from the first round of the FA Cup this weekend.
Including Portsmouth vs Maidenhead, as well as fellow League One rivals Sunderland vs Port Vale and AFC Wimbledon vs Haringey Borough.
The final televised game from the FA Cup first round will be Hampton and Richmond Borough v Oldham on Monday night.
The Dons will be the Friday night game on BBC Two with kick-off at 7.55pm on November 9.
While Sunderland will take on Port Vale on BT Sports on Sunday afternoon – kick-off at 2.30pm.
What channel is Pompey game on?
Portsmouth’s trip to York Road will be televised on BT Sports 1 on Saturday, November 10.
Which means that you will require a TV package that includes BT Sport to be able to watch the game.
What time is kick off?
Pompey’s game against The Magpies will kick off at 12.30pm on Saturday, making it the early kick-off that day.
Can the game be streamed?
If you won't have access to a TV screen for the 12.30pm kick-off but you are subscribed to BT Sport you still have options to watch the game.
The BT Sports App will have a live stream of the game – so you can watch it on your phone or tablet.
And the BT Sports website will also have a live stream of the game which can be watched here by subscribers.