The FA Youth Cup: First Round Draw The FA Youth Cup: First Round Draw
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The FA Youth Cup: First Round Draw

We now know which teams will face-off in the First Round (proper) of this season's FA Youth Cup.
Bescot Banter - Walsall FC NewsThe draw for the First Round (proper) of the 2023/24 FA Youth Cup has taken place, as clubs from the EFL League One and League Two join the competition.

Following the conclusion of the qualifying rounds, there are a total of forty ties at this stage of the competition which must be played on or before Saturday, 4th November 2023.

Doncaster Rovers v AFC Fylde
Wigan Athletic v Fleetwood Town
Bolton Wanderers v Blackpool
Rochdale v Harrogate Town
Chester-Le-Street United v Guiseley
Morecambe v Wrexham
Lancaster City v South Shields
Salford City v Accrington Stanley
Stockport County v Farsley Celtic
Bradford City v Tranmere Rovers
Carlisle United v Barnsley
Stourbridge v Milton Keynes Dons
Burton Albion v Port Vale
Chasetown v Walsall
Heather St Johns or Chesterfield v Boldmere St Michaels
Shrewsbury Town v Grimsby Town
Mickleover v Northampton Town
Leighton Town v Solihull Moors
Crewe Alexandra v Peterborough United
Mansfield Town v Derby County
Notts County v Lincoln City
Bury Town v Charlton Athletic
AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge United
Colchester United v Sutton United
Tring Athletic or Jersey Bulls v Berkhamsted
Leyton Orient v AFC Sudbury
Dorking Wanderers v Worthing
Walton & Hersham v Erith & Belvedere
Hemel Hempstead Town v Takeley
Kingstonian v Stanway Rovers or Barking
Ware v Gillingham
Burgess Hill Town v Stevenage
Eastleigh v Portsmouth
Thame United v Forest Green Rovers
Oxford City v Reading
Aldershot Town v Swindon Town
Bristol Rovers v Cheltenham Town
Newport County v Fareham Town or Wimborne Town
Torquay United or Reading City v Exeter City
Oxford United v Bridgwater United
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