Final preparations are under way for the FA Cup first-round draw at the National Football Centre at St George's Park which will be live on the BBC.
Mark Chapman hosts the draw from 19:00 GMT on BBC Two, BBC 5 live and online, in front of a live audience of 300.
The ties will take place across the weekend of 7-10 November.
The FA Cup first round will receive special treatment across BBC TV, radio and online, with one match to be shown live on BBC Two on Friday, 7 November.
Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville will make the draw in Burton along with Derbyshire FA's Community Coach of the Year Tammy Snape.
This season, BBC Sport will take the FA Cup draws live on the road from different venues across the country throughout the season, including a few surprise locations.
Forty ties will be drawn in this first round, as 48 clubs from League One and League Two join the non-league teams who have battled their way through qualifying.
In a first for FA Cup coverage, the BBC will be giving extra prominence to the early rounds of the competition, placing lower league clubs in the spotlight.
Audiences will be able to watch up to 16 live matches on BBC TV along with highlights and listen to all the action on BBC Radio 5 live. In addition, every FA Cup goal will be available online at bbc.co.uk/sport across every device.
BBC Sport has a four-year FA Cup rights contract running until 2018 in partnership with BT Sport.
|FA Cup first-round draw numbers|
|1 - Accrington Stanley||2 - AFC Wimbledon|
|3 - Barnsley||4 - Bradford|
|5 - Bristol City||6 - Burton Albion|
|7 - Bury||8 - Cambridge|
|9 - Carlisle||10 - Cheltenham|
|11 - Chesterfield||12 - Colchester|
|13 - Coventry||14 - Crawley|
|15 - Crewe||16 - Dagenham & Redbridge|
|17 - Doncaster||18 - Exeter|
|19 - Fleetwood||20 - Gillingham|
|21 - Hartlepool||22 - Leyton Orient|
|23 - Luton||24 - Mansfield|
|25 - MK Dons||26 - Morecambe|
|27 - Newport||28 - Northampton|
|29 - Notts County||30 - Oldham|
|31 - Oxford||32 - Peterborough|
|33 - Plymouth||34 - Port Vale|
|35 - Portsmouth||36 - Preston|
|37 - Rochdale||38 - Scunthorpe|
|39 - Sheffield United||40 - Shrewsbury|
|41 - Southend||42 - Stevenage|
|43 - Swindon||44 - Tranmere|
|45 - Walsall||46 - Wycombe|
|47 - Yeovil||48 - York City|
|49 - Spennymoor Town or AFC Telford||50 - AFC Fylde|
|51 - Grimsby||52 - Norton or Shildon|
|53 - Warrington Town||54 - Alfreton or Lincoln|
|55 - Macclesfield or Wrexham||56 - Chorley or Halifax|
|57 - Altrincham||58 - Blyth Spartans|
|59 - Chester||60 - Gateshead|
|61 - Tamworth or Southport||62 - Bristol Rovers|
|63 - East Thurrock||64 - Forest Green Rovers|
|65 - Dartford||66 - Maidstone|
|67 - Gosport Borough||68 - Weston-Super-Mare|
|69 - Eastbourne Borough or Dover Athletic||70 - Weymouth or Braintree|
|71 - Worcester City||72 - Canvey Island or Havant & Waterlooville|
|73 - Concord Rangers||74 - Basingstoke or Harrow Borough|
|75 - Aldershot||76 - Eastleigh|
|77 - Bromley||78 - Chelmsford or Barnet|
|79 - Nuneaton or Hemel Hempstead||80 - Woking|
|Ties to be played on 7, 8, 9, 10 November 2014|