The draw for the Emirates FA Cup fourth round qualifying has been made and the 77 remaining teams now know who stands between them and a place in the first round proper.
Stourbridge’s reward after Saturday’s 1-0 home win against Black Country rivals Rushall Olympic is a huge home tie – and a local derby – against Kidderminster Harriers.
The Northern Premier League side, handily placed in the Premier Division, might fancy their chances against a National League outfit still searching for their first win.
Emirates FA Cup draw
Fourth round qualifying
Ties played weekend of 24 October 2015
Winners receive £12,500
Tranmere Rovers, who were relegated from League Two at the end of the 2014-15 campaign are featuring in this round for the first time since the 1920s.
Rovers – who played Liverpool in a home quarter final in 2001 – were handed a home tie against Lincoln City.
In the southern half of the draw Alan Devonshire’s Maidenhead United are at home to Woking and Bromley, flying high in the National League, host Eastleigh who are five points below them.
Two Step 5 clubs left in the competition – Sporting Khalsa and Hoddesdon Town – face away replays this week before they can line up in the fourth round qualifying.
The designated date for the 32 ties is Saturday, 24 October and the winners will each collect £12,500 from The FA’s prize fund.
Gateshead v Solihull Moors or Worcester City
AFC Fylde v Barrow
Wrexham v Gainsborough Trinity
Marine or Northwich Victoria v Chorley
Harrogate Town v Grimsby Town
Barwell v AFC Rushden and Diamonds
Salford City or Bradford PA v Southport
Sporting Khalsa or Spalding United v FC United or Buxton
Chasetown or Stalybridge Celtic v North Ferriby United
FC Halifax Town v Guiseley
Tranmere Rovers v Lincoln City
Stourbridge v Kidderminster Harriers
Macclesfield Town v Alfreton Town
Brackley Town or Rugby Town v Kettering Town or Bamber Bridge
Altrincham v Chester
Whitehawk or Gosport Borough v Poole Town
Maidenhead United v Woking
Basingstoke Town v Torquay United
Grays Athletic v Welling United
Boreham Wood v AFC Hornchurch
Wealdstone v Bognor Regis Town
Didcot Town v Hoddesdon Town or Brentwood Town
Eastbourne Borough v Dover Athletic
Chesham United v Enfield Town or Hitchin Town
Staines Town v Gloucester City
Aldershot Town v Hemel Hempstead or Sutton United
Bromley v Eastleigh
Margate v Forest Green Rovers
Braintree Town v Harlow Town or Bath City
Havant and Waterlooville v Cheltenham Town
Chippenham Town v Maidstone United
St Albans City v Weston Super Mare
Ties to be played on or around Saturday 24 October
Winning sides receive £12,500 from The FA prize fund