FA Cup first round draw: Arlesey draw Coventry City

FA Cup

Southern League side Arlesey Town have been drawn away to 1987 winners Coventry in the FA Cup first round.

Portsmouth, victors four years ago, are at home to 1894 winners Notts County, while cash-strapped Hereford host ex-boss Graham Turner's Shrewsbury.

Isthmian League side Metropolitan Police are at home to Crawley Town, Hendon are at Aldershot and Hastings are away to Bishop's Stortford.

Cambridge City are at home to MK Dons with all ties on 3 and 4 November.

Yate Town of the Southern League Division One South & West face a trip to Gloucestershire neighbours Cheltenham Town, while Colchester visit Chelmsford City in an Essex derby.

FA Cup first round ties

Kidderminster Harriers v Oldham Athletic

Boreham Wood v Brentford

Chelmsford City v Colchester United

Metropolitan Police v Crawley Town

Luton Town v Nuneaton Town

Portsmouth v Notts County

Bishop's Stortford v Hastings United

Fleetwood Town v Bromley

Forest Green Rovers v Port Vale

Torquay United v Harrogate Town

AFC Bournemouth v Dagenham & Redbridge

Morecambe v Rochdale

Swindon Town v Macclesfield Town

Cambridge City v Milton Keynes Dons

Cheltenham Town v Yate Town

Dorchester Town v Plymouth Argyle

Coventry City v Arlesey Town

York City v AFC Wimbledon

Bury v Exeter City

Chesterfield v Hartlepool United

Doncaster Rovers v Bradford Park Avenue

Gillingham v Scunthorpe United

Aldershot Town v Hendon

Lincoln City v Walsall

Wrexham v Alfreton Town

Southend United v Stockport County

Crewe Alexandra v Wycombe Wanderers

Bristol Rovers v Sheffield United

Hereford United v Shrewsbury Town

Mansfield Town v Slough Town

Barnet v Oxford United

Rotherham United v Stevenage

AFC Fylde v Accrington Stanley

Gloucester City v Leyton Orient

Burton Albion v Altrincham

Guiseley v Barrow

Northampton Town v Bradford City

Preston North End v Yeovil Town

Braintree Town v Tranmere Rovers

Carlisle United v Ebbsfleet United

Ties to be played on 3 and 4 November


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