The full 2020/21 FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round draw

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The Football Association confirmed the draw for the Fourth Qualifying Round of the 2020/21 Emirates FA Cup which was drawn live at 1pm on TalkSport Radio.

There was just one Berkshire side in the draw in Vanarama National League Maidenhead United as both Bracknell Town and Slough Town lost their Third Qualifying Round matches on Tuesday night.

Here the full Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round draw:

1 Darlington vs Cambridge City
2 Stafford Rangers vs Skelmersdale United
3 Solihull Moors vs Wrexham
4 Banbury United vs Bury Town
5 South Shields vs FA Halifax Town
6 Ilkeston Town vs Hartlepool United
7 FC United of Manchester vs Guiseley
8 Brackley Town vs Marske United
9 Kings Lynn Town vs Notts County
10 Stockport County vs Chesterfield
11 AFC Fylde vs Altrincham
12 Chester vs Marine

13 Maidenhead United vs Cray Valley (PM)
14 Canvey Island vs Cray Wanderers
15 Willesden FC vs Hayes & Yeading United
16 Sutton United vs Bromley
17 Tonbridge Angels vs Taunton Town
18 Hemel Hempsted Town vs Hampton & Richmond Borough
19 Aldershot Town vs Woking
20 Malden & Tiptree vs Haringey Borough
21 Dagenham & Redbridge vs Hartley Wintney
22 Leiston vs Barnet
23 Weymouth vs Oxford City
24 Eastbourne Borough vs Dulwich Hamlet
25 Eastleigh vs Weston-Super-Mare
26 Sholing vs Torquay United
27 Bath City vs Havant & Waterlooville
28 Boreham Wood vs Wimbourne Town
29 Yeovil Town vs Dover Athletic
30 Bishops Stortford vs St Albans City
31 Concord Rangers vs Chippenham Town

Chorley were given a bye to the First Round Proper after the withdrawal of Macclesfield Town.

Matches will take place on Saturday 24th October. As with previous rounds there are no replay’s and no extra time in the competition this season. The winning teams will earn £9,375 while losing teams will take home £3,125.

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