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

The latest 23/24 FA Cup Second Round TV selections have been revealed by broadcasters BBC and ITV, five overall have been selected.

Taking place across the weekend from Friday the 1st of December until Monday the 4th of December, games will be shown across the competition’s domestic broadcast partners.

And clubs involved will also pick up a live broadcast fee of £60,000, for some, it is a huge boost to their finances, with times tough right now.


The following broadcast selections have been made by the BBC and ITV for the 2023/24 Emirates FA Cup second round proper:


• Chester or York v Wigan Athletic at 19:45 on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport


• Alfreton Town v Walsall at 12:30 on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport


• Eastleigh v Reading at 13:30 on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVX

• Wrexham v Yeovil Town at 15:45 on ITVX


• AFC Wimbledon v Ramsgate at 19:45 on ITV4, UTV, STV and ITVX

The clubs competing in ties on the BBC and ITV’s linear channels will receive a live broadcast fee of £60,000. League Two Wrexham and National league South Yeovil Town will take home £20,000 for their tie featuring on ITVX.

FA Cup First Round Replays

Tuesday 14 November 2023
19:30 17R Horsham VS Barnsley – on ITV
19:45 9R Grimsby Town VS Slough Town
19:45 14R Derby County VS Crewe Alexandra
19:45 18R Burton Albion VS Port Vale
19:45 19R Salford City VS Peterborough United
19:45 28R Accrington Stanley VS Doncaster Rovers
19:45 29R York City VS Chester
19:45 30R Forest Green Rovers VS Scarborough Athletic

Wednesday 15 November 2023
19:45 10R Cray Valley (PM) VS Charlton Athletic – on BBC

FA Cup Second Round

1 Maidstone United v Barrow
2 Wycombe Wanderers v Morecambe
3 Notts County v Shrewsbury Town
4 Chesterfield v Leyton Orient
5 Aldershot Town v Stockport County
6 Alfreton Town v Walsall
7 Blackpool v Scarborough Athletic or Forest Green Rovers
8 Cambridge United v Fleetwood Town
9 Bolton Wanderers v Harrogate Town
10 Wrexham v Yeovil Town
11 Crewe Alexandra or Derby County v Bristol Rovers
12 Peterborough United or Salford City v Doncaster Rovers or Accrington Stanley
13 Eastleigh v Reading
14 Gillingham v Charlton Athletic or Cray Valley (PM)
15 Stevenage v Port Vale or Burton Albion
16 Newport County v Barnet
17 Oxford United v Slough Town or Grimsby Town
18 Chester or York City v Wigan Athletic
19 Sutton United v Barnsley or Horsham
20 AFC Wimbledon v Ramsgate


Sheppey United (8) 1–4 Walsall (4)
Barnsley (3) 3–3 Horsham (7)
Northampton Town (3) 1–3 Barrow (4)
Curzon Ashton (6) 0–1 Barnet (5)
Alfreton Town (6) 2–0 Worthing (6)
Bolton Wanderers (3) 4–0 Solihull Moors (5)
Exeter City (3) 0–2 Wigan Athletic (3)
Leyton Orient (3) 3–1 Carlisle United (3)
Hereford (6) 0–2 Gillingham (4)
Oxford United (3) 2–0 Maidenhead United (5)
Newport County (4) 2–0 Oldham Athletic (5)
Swindon Town (4) 4–7 Aldershot Town (5)
Marine (7) 1–5 Harrogate Town (4)
Port Vale (3) 0–0 Burton Albion (3)
Peterborough United (3) 2–2 Salford City (4)
Eastleigh (5) 5–1 Boreham Wood (5)
Bradford City (4) 1–2 Wycombe Wanderers (3)
Shrewsbury Town (3) 3–2 Colchester United (4)
Bristol Rovers (3) 7–2 Whitby Town (7)
Lincoln City (3) 1–2 Morecambe (4)
Sutton United (4) 2–1 AFC Fylde (5)
Reading (3) 3–2 Milton Keynes Dons (4)
Doncaster Rovers (4) 2–2 Accrington Stanley (4)
Chester (6) 0–0 York City (5)
Scarborough Athletic (6) 1–1 Forest Green Rovers (4)
Notts County (4) 3–2 Crawley Town (4)
Stockport County (4) 5–1 Worksop Town (7)
Yeovil Town (6) 3–2 Gateshead (5)
Stevenage (3) 4–3 Tranmere Rovers (4)
Chesham United (7) 0–2 Maidstone United (6)
AFC Wimbledon (4) 5–1 Cheltenham Town (3)
Cambridge United (3) 2–1 Bracknell Town (7)
Ramsgate (8) 2–1 Woking (5)
Bromley (5) 0-2 Blackpool (3)
Mansfield Town (4) 1-2 Wrexham (4)
Chesterfield (5) 1-0 Portsmouth (3)
Kidderminster Harriers (5) 1-2 Fleetwood Town (3)
Slough Town (6) 1-1 Grimsby Town (4)
Crewe Alexandra (4) 2-2 Derby County (3)
Charlton Athletic (3) 1-1 Cray Valley Paper Mills (8)

This is how fans reacted to the latest 23/24 FA Cup Second Round TV selections revealed by BBC and ITV…

@joey__burton__: In what world is Wrexham v Yeovil an appropriate pick?

@JayPauley3: How on earth has Wrexham vs yeovil been picked ffs

@Redimp73: Of course Wrexham get yet another showing zzzzzzzz

@callumrjb: How are people moaning about Wrexham being on? They are a top end league two side playing a conference south team. Those sorts of ties gets TV coverage all of the time

@stevegedge: To the surprise of absolutely no-one @ITVSport are showing Wrexham at home to a non-league club two levels below them.

@TheJackOrton96: Wrexham 😂😂😂 actually can’t fucking stand them anymore. Pathetic sucking up all the time, yawn

@kianwardgk: Alfreton on BBC One, what isn’t to love!

@StandingAlone77: Those last 2 are horrendous choices. Aldershot v Stockport and Maidstone v Barrow far better choices.

@Ed_MannBRFC: Wrexham TV/Coverage bias showing once again 😂😴

@_BoroStats: Managed to fit Wrecsam in yet again. YAWN.

@jaakecruump: Glovers on the box, don’t mind it 🫡🧤

@GasheadAshley: Wrexham is a surprise 🙄🙄🙄

@linnet1976: Well knock me down with a feather…..Wrexham picked.

@Evi1Geniu5: Couldn’t they wait until the #EmiratesFACup replays are played next week before deciding on the games

@RichWXM: Considering “no one cares about Wrexham” there’s an awful lot of people replying and thus caring about Wrexham!

@ChrisLukeJones: So the ITVX slot is just club in tie we probably shouldn’t televise but we’ll cover it anyway?

@18dominic78: Massive pay check for chester if they win against York on tuesday. Fingers crossed 🤞🏻

@CharlieDale09: Wrexham? So, so embarrassing. Ignoring the real magic of the cup for publicity and hoping that jumping on the bandwagon will bring in more punters and money. Killing the game 💔

@Stephen_gingell: @RamsgateFC on the Telly!! COYR

@MarkVanMan72: So the first non league team to score 7 against a league team are totally ignored.

@lukecfc5: Watch Alfreton win on the TV then town win at the SMH.

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