The FA Cup first round draw has now taken place as non-league hopefuls will be joined by English sides in League One and League Two. The fixtures are set to take place on Saturday, November 6 with lucrative rewards as clubs in the Championship and Premier League await in the latter rounds.
Hundreds of hopefuls from across the country have been cut down dramatically as 80 sides will compete in the FA Cup first round proper.
Some replays are still to be decided, although the likes of Bowers & Pitsea, Folkestone Invicta and Havant & Waterlooville are still alive and kicking.
League One and League Two teams represented the grand prizes for those pinching themselves to have got this far.
Sleeping giants like Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday also found themselves in the draw, two targets for lower league opposition who will surely be aiming for the kind of memorable shocks which have made the competition famous.
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Northampton Town v Cambridge United
Corinthian Casuals or St Albans v Forest Green Rovers
Boston Utd or Stratford Town v Shrewsbury
Pontefract or Halifax Town v Maidenhead
Chesterfield v Southend Utd
Rochdale v Tamworth or Notts County
Kidderminster Harriers v Grimsby Town
Wigan v Solihull
York City or Morpeth v Kettering or Buxton
Ipswich v Oldham.
Wimbledon v Brackley or Guiseley
Harrogate Town v Marine or Wrexham
Boreham Wood v Eastleigh or Folkestone Invicta
Hartlepool United v Wycombe Wanderers
King’s Lynn Town v Walsall
Crewe Alexandra v Swindon Town
Bolton Wanderers v Stockport County
Charlton Athletic v Torquay United or Havant & Waterlooville
Oxford United v Bristol Rovers
Crawley Town v Tranmere Rovers
Leyton Orient v Ebbsfleet United
Milton Keynes Dons v Stevenage
Lincoln City v Bowers & Pitsea
Port Vale v Accrington Stanley
Marske or Gateshead v Altrincham