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Latest 23/24 FA Cup First Round TV selections revealed by BBC and ITV

The latest FA Cup First Round TV selections have been revealed by broadcasters BBC and ITV, five overall have been selected.

Taking place across the weekend from Friday the 3rd of November until Monday the 6th of November, games will be shown across the competition’s domestic broadcast partners.

And clubs involved will also pick up a live broadcast fee of Β£50,000, for some, it is a huge boost to their finances, with times tough right now.

 THE FA:

The BBC and ITV have made their live broadcast selections for the 2023-24 Emirates FA Cup first round proper, and the details can be seen below.

FRIDAY 3 NOVEMBER 2023
β€’ Sheppey United v Walsall at 7.45pm GMT on ITV4 and ITVX

SATURDAY 4 NOVEMBER 2023
β€’ Bromley v Blackpool at 5.45pm GMT on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport

SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER 2023
β€’ Chesterfield v Portsmouth at 12.15pm GMT on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVX
β€’ Crewe Alexandra v Derby County at 2.45pm GMT on ITVX
β€’ Charlton Athletic v Cray Valley (PM) at 5.30pm GMT on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport

Each of the clubs involved in these ties will receive a live broadcast fee in addition to any payments from the competition’s prize fund.

FA CUP FOURTH QUALIFYING ROUND REPLAYS

1R Oxford City (5) 2–3 Scarborough Athletic (6) – TBC
7R Needham Market (7) 0–1 York City (5) – 604
12R Whitby Town (7) 3–1 Chelmsford City (6) – 943
19R Barnet (5) 4–0 Aveley (6) – 641
20R Woking (5) 2–0 Hemel Hempstead Town (6) – 1,006
26R Chesham United (7) 3–1 (a.e.t.) Braintree Town (6) – 826
31R Slough Town (6) 2–0 Ebbsfleet United (5) – 779
32R Sheppey United (8) 1–1 (5–4 p) Billericay Town (7) – 1,235

See more on these upsets by clicking HERE.

FA CUP FOURTH QUALIFYING ROUND RESULTS

1 Scarborough Athletic (6) 2–2 Oxford City (5) – 1,836
2 Altrincham (5) 0–1 Oldham Athletic (5) – 3,874
3 FC Halifax Town (5) 0–1 Marine (7) – 1,646
4 Worksop Town (7) 3–2 Boston United (6) – 1,684
5 AFC Fylde (5) 3–1 Leek Town (8) – 930
6 Hereford (6) 1–0 Rochdale (5) – 2,817
7 York City (5) 0–0 Needham Market (7) – 1,867
8 Solihull Moors (5) 4–1 Biggleswade Town (8) – 878
9 Chesterfield (5) 5–0 Kettering Town (7) – 5,156
10 Alfreton Town (6) 3–1 Macclesfield (7) – 956
11 Hartlepool United (5) 0–2 Chester (6) – 3,205
12 Chelmsford City (6) 2–2 Whitby Town (7) – 1,053
13 Curzon Ashton (6) 1–0 Tamworth (6) – 581
14 Kidderminster Harriers (5) 2–0 Ashton United (7) – 2,064
15 Stourbridge (7) 0–3 Gateshead (5) – 1,465
16 Aldershot Town (5) 4–1 Lewes (7) – 1,758
17 Torquay United (6) 0–2 Maidstone United (6) – 1,636
18 AFC Totton (7) 0–1 Ramsgate (8) – 1,283
19 Aveley (6) 2–2 Barnet (5) – 919
20 Hemel Hempstead Town (6) 0–0 Woking (5) – 1,305
21 Horsham (7) 2–0 Dorking Wanderers (5) – 1,980
22 Eastleigh (5) 1–0 Dover Athletic (6) – 1,401
23 Yeovil Town (6) 2–0 Southend United (5) – 2,697
24 Bromley (5) 3–2 Wealdstone (5) – 1,933
25 Weston-super-Mare (6) 0–3 Maidenhead United (5) – 843
26 Braintree Town (6) 0–0 Chesham United (7) – 879
27 Bracknell Town (7) 1–0 Dagenham & Redbridge (5) – 722
28 Worthing (6) 2–0 Bath City (6) – 1,883
29 Boreham Wood (5) 1–0 Welling United (6) – 756
30 Cray Valley (PM) (8) 5–2 Enfield Town (7) – 579
31 Ebbsfleet United (5) 2–2 Slough Town (6) – 1,134
32 Billericay Town (7) 1–1 Sheppey United (8) – 1,241

FA CUP FIRST ROUND PROPER DRAW:

The First Round saw the 32 winners from the fourth qualifying round joined by the 48 clubs from League One and League Two.

The stage of the competition sees three teams from the 8th tier, Cray Valley Paper Mills, Ramsgate and Sheppey United. They represent the lowest-ranked teams remaining in the competition.

Curzon Ashton (6) v Barnet (5)
Alfreton Town (6) v Worthing (6)
Chesterfield (5) v Portsmouth (3)
Bolton Wanderers (3) v Solihull Moors (5)
Exeter City (3) v Wigan Athletic (3)
Leyton Orient (3) v Carlisle United (3)
Kidderminster Harriers (5) v Fleetwood Town (3)
Hereford (6) v Gillingham (4)
Slough Town (6) v Grimsby Town (4)
Charlton Athletic (3) v Cray Valley Paper Mills (8)
Oxford United (3) v Maidenhead United (5)
Newport County (4) v Oldham Athletic (5)
Swindon Town (4) v Aldershot Town (5)
Crewe Alexandra (4) v Derby County (3)
Mansfield Town (4) v Wrexham (4)
Marine (7) v Harrogate Town (4)
Barnsley (3) v Horsham (7)
Port Vale (3) v Burton Albion (3)
Peterborough United (3) v Salford City (4)
Eastleigh (5) v Boreham Wood (5)
Bradford City (4) v Wycombe Wanderers (3)
Sheppey United (8) v Walsall (4)
Shrewsbury Town (3) v Colchester United (4)
Bristol Rovers (3) v Whitby Town (7)
Lincoln City (3) v Morecambe (4)
Sutton United (4) v AFC Fylde (5)
Reading (3) v Milton Keynes Dons (4)
Doncaster Rovers (4) v Accrington Stanley (4)
Chester (6) v York City (5)
Scarborough Athletic (6) v Forest Green Rovers (4)
Notts County (4) v Crawley Town (4)
Stockport County (4) v Worksop Town (7)
Yeovil Town (6) v Gateshead (5)
Stevenage (3) v Tranmere Rovers (4)
Chesham United (7) v Maidstone United (6)
Bromley (5) v Blackpool (3)
AFC Wimbledon (4) v Cheltenham Town (3)
Cambridge United (3) v Bracknell Town (7)
Northampton Town (3) v Barrow (4)
Ramsgate (8) v Woking (5)

Twitter users reacted to the latest 23/24 FA Cup First Round TV selections revealed by BBC and ITV…

@jordandavies09: Crewe v derby is an absolutely appalling selection

@_ashstone: Should have to be at least one non-league team in every game shown, picking Crewe vs Derby in the first round is borderline criminal.

@My_Precious98: No Wrexham? Wow that makes a change

@Vern_1990: Whitby and Scarborough robbed there.

@boro_alex2: Why am I seeing Crewe Alexandra v Derby on this list?

@AdsMatthews: There’s a few non-league teams who will have some views on that Crewe v Derby pick 😬

@KitmanTommyBoy: Good money for @SheppeyUFC and @CrayValleyPM right there! Good luck

@AffiliatesStop: Shocking no @safc or @WhitbyTownFC in that list

@callum3081: Crewe v Derby… ITV at it again with a horrendous selection πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

@TheDB30: Crewe v Derby. A fixture that could also take place in the EFL Cup or the EFL Trophy. Really caught the imagination of this round there lads πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

@OwenLDBR: How’s Hereford vs Gills isn’t here but Crewe v Derby is? Comical, who decided these things?

@JordHunt98: Feels a bit shitty it’s been put on a Friday night, doesn’t seem much consideration for the fans

@ianmckee58: This is what is wrong with the TV companies. Crewe Derby has a direct train, so why not have that as a Friday night! Walsall Sheppy is a dick of a Friday night

@The92Bible:
Crewe – Derby is a horrible choice… I’m sure most people would rather watch any of the following over that:
β€’ Hereford vs Gillingham
β€’ Kidderminster vs Fleetwood
β€’ Marine vs Harrogate
β€’ Scarborough vs Forest Green
β€’ Slough vs Grimsby

@Yabba1989: I’m not sure we should be selected ahead of @HerefordFC or @sloughtownfc, but when have TV selections ever made sense?

@MaxRoscoe8: Crewe vs Derby Wtf! Why the fuck is that on tele

@SheriffWoody971: Crewe vs Derby is such an awful choice

@OneGFB: Crewe-Derby πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

@Skelly2505: Shame no Slough 😒

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