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Draws made for FA Trophy First Round and FA Vase Second Round

Draws have been made this afternoon for this season’s FA Trophy First Round and FA Vase Second Round stages of the competition.

There was plenty of confusion going into Monday afternoon’s draw, with fans unsure whether ties can go ahead or not due to England being put into a second lockdown for November, but that could potentially be extended.

Some ties from the previous round of both competitions still need playing out. Competition rules state that rearranged FA Vase First Round ties must be completed by this weekend or clubs risk forfeiting their place.

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22 sides are scheduled to play ties in lockdown, it’s not clear if they should now try to play before Thursday.

FA Trophy First Round ties are penciled in for Saturday the 14th of November with all teams involved are non-elite.

Ollie Bayliss said prior to the draw that he’d, “Imagine that will be pushed back. Same with the next round of the FA Vase.”

The Premier League, EFL, and National League along with its North and South divisions can continue to play, however leagues/tiers below look set to come to a halt again, however there has been no official confirmation.

Whilst we’re talking about other competitions, one of the biggest question marks was currently over the FA Cup. The First Round takes place next weekend. Whilst elite sport can continue in lockdown, 10 clubs involved fall into the ‘non-elite’ bracket.

The Government has confirmed that the 10 ‘non-elite’ clubs CAN play in the FA Cup this weekend. The FA “remain in regular dialogue with the Government in relation to both men’s and women’s ‘non-elite’ football and will provide a further update on this in due course.”

Moving on, draws were made for the FA Trophy First Round and FA Vase Second Round, take a look at who got who below…


1 Ashton United v South Shields
2 Runcorn Linnets v Morpeth Town
3 Witton Albion v Bamber Bridge
4 Marske United v Warrington Town
5 Nantwich Town v Workington
6 Marine v Hyde United
7 Buxton v Atherton Collieries or City of Liverpool
8 Royston Town v Tamworth
9 Grantham Town v St Ives Town
10 Coleshill Town v Coalville Town or Matlock Town
11 St Neots Town v Kings Langley
12 Hitchin Town v Mickleover
13 Marlow or Berkhamsted v Nuneaton Borough
14 Biggleswade Town v Bedford Town
15 AFC Rushden & Diamonds v Peterborough Sports
16 Kidsgrove Athletic v Stamford
17 Bas ford United v Rushall Olympic
18 Welwyn Garden City v Hednesford Town
19 Aveley v Hastings United
20 Merstham or Carshalton Athletic v Barking
21 Lowestoft Town v Cheshunt
22 Haringey Borough v Bishop’s Stortford or Brentwood Town
23 Needham Market v Leiston
24 Margate v Burgess Hill Town
25 Corinthian-Casuals v Walton Casuals
26 Hornchurch v Wingate & Finchley
27 Uxbridge or Hayes & Yeading United v Cray Wanderers
28 Leatherhead v Felixstowe & Walton United
29 Enfield Town v Maldon & Tiptree
30 Salisbury v Bracknell Town
31 North Leigh v Frome Town
32 Moneyfields v Taunton Town or Truro City
33 Thame United v Bognor Regis Town
34 Evesham United v Bideford
35 Swindon Supermarine v Dorchester Town
36 Poole Town v Willand Rovers
37 Weston-super-Mare v Chesham United

Ties are initially scheduled to play on the 14th of November 2020 with the winning clubs getting £3,000 and losing sides receiving £775.


1 Guisborough Town v Liversedge
2 Hebburn Town v North Shields
3 New Mills v Congleton Town
4 Stockton Town v Charnock Richard or Ashington
5 Holker Old Boys v Vauxhall Motors
6 Consett v Maltby Main
7 Jarrow v Warrington Rylands
8 Longridge Town v Penistone Church
9 Sunderland Ryhope CW v Abbey Hey or Hemsworth MW
10 Barnton or Bacup Borough v Seaham Red Star
11 Hallam or AFC Blackpool v Shildon
12 North Ferriby v Lower Breck
13 1874 Northwich v West Auckland Town
14 Radford v Bewdley Town
15 Studley or Long Eaton United v Stone Old Alleynians
16 Atherstone Town v Malvern Town
17 Lutterworth Town v Westfields
18 Dudley Sports v Coventry Sphinx
19 Hanley Town or Deeping Rangers v Loughborough University
20 Walsall Wood v AFC Bridgnorth
21 Anstey Nomads or Leicester Nirvana v Rainworth MW
22 Stourport Swifts or Skegness Town v Grimsby Borough
23 Shepshed Dynamo v Worcester City
24 Boldmere St Michaels v Newark
25 Sporting Khalsa v Aylestone Park
26 Coventry United v Abbey Hulton United
27 Ilford v Colney Heath
28 Norwich United or White Ensign v Burton Park Wanderers
29 Wroxham v Milton Keynes Irish
30 Mulbarton Wanderers v Cockfosters or Cogenhoe United
31 Gorleston v Kirkley & Pakefield
32 Fakenham Town v Hashtag United
33 Wellingborough Town v Woodbridge Town
34 Stowmarket Town v Eynesbury Rovers
35 Stanway Rovers v Ampthill Town
36 Norwich CBS or May & Baker Eastbrook Community v Newbury Forest
37 Mildenhall Town v Leighton Town
38 Hadley v Raynes Park Vale or Sheerwater
39 Lancing v Edgware Town
40 North Greenford United v Walsham Le Willows
41 Hanworth Villa v Corinthian
42 Newhaven v Binfield
43 Saltdean United v Deal Town
44 Horley Town v Chatham Town
45 Cobham v Risborough Rangers or Erith & Belvedere
46 Steyning Town Community v Walton & Hersham
47 Littlehampton Town v Sheppey United
48 Sutton Common Rovers v Southall
49 Stansfeld or AFC Hayes v Flackwell Heath
50 Glebe v Kennington
51 AFC Uckfield Town v Guildford City
52 Plymouth Parkway v Newton Abbot Spurs
53 Christchurch v Cribbs
54 United Services Portsmouth or Bournemouth v Brockenhurst or Street
55 Millbrook or Sherborne Town v Bashley
56 Bradford Town v Brimscombe & Thrupp or Longwell Green Sports
57 Wells City v Buckland Athletic
58 New Milton Town v Longlevens
59 Helston Athletic v Fareham Town or Roman Glass St George
60 Bridgwater Town v Royal Wootton Bassett Town
61 Petersfield Town v Hamworthy United
62 Tavistock v Cheddar or Ashton & Backwell United
63 Falmouth Town v Bishop’s Cleeve or Shepton Mallet
64 Clevedon Town v Bitton

Ties are initially scheduled to play on Saturday the 28th of November 2020 with the winning clubs getting £900 and losing sides receiving £275.

Ten surprise upsets were caused in the FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round, which were played out across Friday and Saturday – you can see more of what happened by clicking HERE.

There were also fifteen upsets produced in the FA Vase First Round Proper at the weekend – you can see that by clicking HERE.

Now that you have seen draws made for the FA Trophy First Round and FA Vase Second Round, who did your club get? Which is the tastiest? Let us know your thoughts on our Facebook page HERE!

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