Full 2021/22 FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round draw




The full draw for the 2021/22 Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round was made live on TalkSport2 on the afternoon of Monday 4th October.

The draw pulled together 22 fixtures which are due to be played on Saturday 16th October 2021 and included the Vanarama National League sides for the first time.

Two Berkshire sides were in the draw after Hungerford Town beat Cirencester Town 3-2 on Saturday while Maidenhead United are in the draw for the first time this season. A deeper look at the Berkshire sides can be found here.

FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round: Northern draw

  • Atherton Collieries or Marine vs Wrexham
  • Marske United or Chester vs Gateshead
  • Curzon Ashton vs Chesterfield
  • Hanley Town or Brackley Town vs Guiseley
  • Hereford vs Solihull Moors
  • Pontefract vs FC Halifax Town
  • York City vs Morpeth Town
  • Leamington or Kettering Town vs Buxton
  • Boston United vs Stratford Town
  • Stockport County vs Stamford
  • Spennymoor Town or Southport vs Altrincham
  • Tamworth vs Notts County
  • King’s Lynn Town vs Peterborough Sports
  • Bromsgrove Sporting vs Grimsby Town

FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round : Southern draw

  • Ebbsfleet United vs Hampton & Richmond Borough
  • Horsham or Eastbourne Borough vs Woking
  • Dorking Wanderers vs Hayes & Yeading United
  • Corinthian-Casuals or Wingate & Finchley vs Metropolitan Police or St Albans City
  • Maidenhead United vs Hastings United
  • Bedfont Sports or Sholing vs Ware or Kidderminster Harriers
  • Hungerford Town vs Bromley
  • Harrow Borough vs Chelmsford City
  • Wealdstone vs Dagenham and Redbridge
  • AFC Sudbury vs Dartford
  • Banbury United vs Bath City
  • Barnet vs Boreham Wood
  • Yeovil Town vs Weymouth
  • Eastleigh vs Folkestone Invicta
  • Bowers & Pitsea or Hornchurch vs Aldershot Town
  • Dover Athletic vs Yate Town
  • Torquay United vs Havant & Waterlooville
  • Southend United vs Cherstey Town

All the latest FA Cup information concerning Berkshire clubs will be on our dedicated FA Cup page here.

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