Less than a month after the 2019-20 competition concluded, 368 teams are set to kick-off a new season in the Emirates FA Cup on Tuesday 1 September.
As is typical for this stage of the Emirates FA Cup, both draws were broken down into ten geographical regions in order to minimise travel distances where possible.
Six of the 20 clubs making their first-ever appearances in the competition have been drawn against one-another: Billingshurst v Westside; Park View v Hashtag United; and Wythenshawe Amateurs v Shelley.
The 168 winners from the extra preliminary round will each receive £1,125 in prize money and go into the preliminary round, which takes place on Saturday 12 September.
The 80 teams who are successful in the preliminary round will earn £1,444 each and head into the first round qualifying, which is scheduled for Tuesday 22 September.
We have been working closely with the Government on the return of spectators at football matches at FA National League System level and will provide an update on this in due course.