Binfield will be at home again in FA Cup First Qualifying Round if they get past Horndean

Binifleld captain James Knight. Photo: Ade Hone.



Binifleld captain James Knight. Photo: Ade Hone.


Binfield – our sole local representative left in this seasons FA Cup – wait on the draw for the First Qualifying Round due on Monday afternoon.

The Moles go in to the hat for the draw along with Horndean, their Preliminary Round opponents after the two sides played out a 1-1 draw at Hill Farm Lane of Saturday with Josh Hill hitting a late equaliser for the home side. The two teams will go head to head in a replay on Tuesday night.

We are expecting the draw to be made at 1pm and will update this page with the fixture.

You can find out how all the local clubs got on at the weekend here and details of the First Qualifying Round prize fund are here.

  • Binfield or Horndean vs Bodmin Town

Other ties featuring Hellenic League sides:

  • Hamworthy United vs Thatcham Town
  • Tuffley Rovers vs Swindon Supermarine

The full draw for the First Qualifying Round is here.


Before the First Qualifying Round fixture can be played of course, the Moles and the Dean have to meet again and will do so on Tuesday night at the brilliantly named Five Heads Park near Portsmouth.

Main image: Binfield captain James Knight by Ade Hone.

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