The FA Youth Cup first round draw made at Wembley Stadium

Friday 21 Oct 2016
All first round ties must be played by Saturday 5 November

The draw for the first round of The FA Youth Cup has been made at Wembley Stadium.

Blackpool have been drawn away to neighbours Bolton Wanderers, a tie which conjurs up memories of the famous 1953 FA Cup Final between the sides.

There is an Essex derby between Dagenham & Redbridge and Southend United while Eastleigh will travel to Portsmouth in an all-Hampshire affair.

Broxbourne Borough and Metropolitan Police have both received byes into the second round.

All first round ties must be played by Saturday 5 November.

Draw

1 Bradford City v Hartlepool United
2 Chester v Fleetwood Town
3 Sheffield United v Crewe Alexandra
4 FC United of Manchester v Carlisle United
5 Hyde United or Irlam v Morecambe
6 Wrexham v Accrington Stanley
7 Bolton Wanderers v Blackpool
8 Scunthorpe United v Grimsby Town
9 Oldham Athletic v Bury
10 Altrincham or Tranmere Rovers v Doncaster Rovers
11 FC Halifax Town v York City
12 Rochdale v Ryton & Crawcrook Albion or Darlington 1883
13 Dunkirk v Coventry City
14 Notts County v Romulus
15 Peterborough United v Port Vale
16 Shrewsbury Town v Wolverhampton Casuals
17 Bedworth United v Mansfield Town
18 Chesterfield v Walsall
19 Boston United v Hereford
20 Boreham Wood v Northampton Town
21 Cambridge United v Beaconsfield SYCOB
22 Barnet v Luton Town
23 Southend United v Leyton Orient
24 Dagenham & Redbridge v Colchester United
25 AFC Sudbury v Framlingham Town
26 Milton Keynes Dons v AFC Hornchurch
27 Ware v Stevenage
28 Charlton Athletic v Maidstone United
29 Millwall v Worthing
30 Gillingham v Corinthian
31 Folkestone Invicta v Merstham
32 AFC Wimbledon v North Greenford United
33 Gloucester City v Poole Town
34 Newport County v Yeovil Town
35 Radstock Town v Exeter City
36 Oxford United v Bristol Rovers
37 Andover Town v Oxford City
38 Cheltenham Town v Plymouth Argyle
39 Salisbury v Swindon Town
40 Portsmouth v Eastleigh

BYE – FC Broxbourne Borough
BYE – Metropolitan Police

By FA Staff