The FA Cup with Budweiser
Second Round Qualifying draw
Ties will be played over the weekend Friday 21 September - Sunday 23 September
Winning clubs receive £4500 from The FA's prize fund
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The draw for the Second Round Qualifying of The FA Cup with Budweiser has been made at Wembley today and features 80 ties to be played on the weekend of 21-23 September.
The winners will each collect £4,500 from The FA’s prize fund and be just two more wins away from lining up in the First Round Proper.
The 44 clubs of the Conference North and South were in today’s draw. Brackley Town, who currently head ‘North’ on goal difference, have a home tie against the winners of tomorrow night’s replay between King’s Lynn Town and Daventry Town. Salisbury City, top of ‘South’, also on goal difference, face a trip to the Isle of Wight to play Newport.
Bishop Auckland, amateur giants of the past who reached the Fourth Round Proper in the 1950s, are at home to AFC Fylde, Wembley FA Carlsberg Vase winners as ‘Kirkham & Wesham’ in 2008. FC United of Manchester, who won 5-0 in The Cup yesterday in front of 1,024 fans, travel to Salford City.
Dulwich Hamlet equalised two minutes from time with a penalty in yesterday’s Cup match at Godalming Town, drawing 2-2, and will go to Arlesey Town if they win tomorrow’s replay at Champion Hill. Havant & Waterlooville, who famously scored twice before the Liverpool ‘Kop’ in a Fourth Round tie in 2008, go to North Leigh.
Maidenhead United, who walloped troubled Truro City 8-0 at the weekend and now lie third in the Conference South, entertain Bognor Regis Town in The Cup, now in its 132nd season and still full of thrills and spills.