Ascot United FC celebrate winning the FA Vase First Round tie at Hollands & Blair. Photo: Mark Pugh.
Ascot United FC celebrate winning the FA Vase First Round tie at Hollands & Blair. Photo: Mark Pugh.

The 2017/18 FA Vase prize fund round by round

Winners and losers at each stage all receive prize money
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Ascot United FC celebrate winning the FA Vase First Round tie at Hollands & Blair. Photo: Mark Pugh.
Ascot United FC celebrate winning the FA Vase First Round tie at Hollands & Blair. Photo: Mark Pugh.

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The prize fund for the 2017/18 FA Vase has been confirmed with £550 on offer for the winners of the First Qualifying Round played on Saturday while in a departure from the FA Cup prize fund, the losing side also picks up a portion of the cash.

The draw for the First Qualifying Round include six local sides while Sandhurst Town and Binfield join at the Second Qualifying Round stage and Bracknell Town have a bye until the First Round Proper.

The full list of round dates are here.

The first figure in the list is the prize awarded to the winning club in each round, the second figure to the losing side.

  • First Round Qualifying £550 – £175
  • Second Round Qualifying £725 – £250
  • First Round Proper £825 – £275
  • Second Round Proper £900 – £300
  • Third Round Proper £1,125 – £375
  • Fourth Round Proper £1,875 – £625
  • Fifth Round Proper £2,250 – £750
  • Sixth Round Proper £4,125 – £1,375
  • Semi-Final £5,500 – £1,750
  • Final £30,000 – £20,000

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Main image: Ascot United celebrate in the FA Vase by Mark Pugh.

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