Farnham Town FC will once again be selling the viral drink Prime at its game against Guildford City FC at the Memorial Ground in Mead Lane, Farnham today (Saturday).

The club announced the news on social media, stating that multiple flavours of the drink will be available for purchase at the pitch-side drinks hut for just £2 a bottle, while stocks last.

The decision to sell Prime at the game comes after the club's announcement to sell the drink at a previous match against Redhill went viral, attracting more than 900,000 views on Twitter.

The soft drink, which is described by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay as "like drinking perfume," was highly sought after when it was first launched, with some people even driving hundreds of miles to get a bottle and paying up to £20 for a taste.

Farnham Town FC is only the third football club in the country to stock Prime for its fans, along with Arsenal and West Ham United.

However, the club has stressed that this is an independent initiative and they are not an official partner of Prime. Sales will be limited to one bottle per fan, and no bottles will be left on site overnight.

Today's game comes after a flurry of postponements because of frost and will take place at 3pm at The Memorial Ground, GU9 7DY. Ticket prices for adults are £8, for concession £5 and for under-16s it's free. The Clubhouse will be open from 12pm and hot food will be available.