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Summary

  1. Worcester 64 league places below Coventry
  2. Non-league Aldershot hold Portsmouth
  3. Seventh-tier Blyth Spartans beat Altrincham
  4. Click highlights tab to see today's goals
  5. Second-round draw, Monday, 19:00 GMT

Live Reporting

By Brendon Mitchell and Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Worcester City celebrate

    But that just about brings our coverage of Sunday's FA Cup action to a close.

    I'd say the day belongs to this bunch, Worcester City of Conference North, who went to the Ricoh Arena and conquered the giants of Coventry City. Well done to them.

    A quick reminder that there is still live text commentary ongoing of the match between Swansea and Arsenal in the Premier League, which the Gunners lead 1-0.

    Thanks for joining us, it's been a pleasure.

  2. There's still more to come

    Tomorrow night, we'll be bringing you live text commentary of the weekend's final FA Cup first-round tie, which pits non-league Havant & Waterlooville against League One promotion-chasers Preston North End (20:00 GMT).

    We'll also have live text and video commentary of the draw for the second round, which takes place an hour before that at 19:00 GMT.

  3. Back to the day job

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Worcester City goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan, who saved Reda Johnson's first-half penalty, told BBC Hereford & Worcester: "I'm at work at 4.30 in the morning!"

    You'd have thought that his Monday morning will be made a lot easier after his side's headline-grabbing 2-1 win against League One Coventry City.

  4. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Worcester City manager Carl Heeley tells BBC Final Score: "We were the better side. It's just what dreams are made of, it's the perfect ending to a perfect week and I'm delighted for everyone involved with Worcester City Football Club. We're nine games unbeaten now, so we're a good footballing side. But to come to a League One club and to beat them on their own patch - it's a brilliant day."

  5. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Coventry City manager Steven Pressley tells BBC Final Score: "We prepared properly. I spoke to the players in the lead up to the tie and Friday night's game between Warrington and Exeter gave us a reminder of what the FA Cup can bring."

  6. Sunday round-up

    Norton United v Gateshead

    In the pick of the other ties, Conference South side Gosport Borough and Colchester United of League One shared nine goals, with the U's edging a 6-3 Cup thriller, and there were also goals galore at Braintree, where Chesterfield demonstrated their Football League pedigree with a 6-0 humbling of their non-league opposition.

    And, last but not least, Norton United, the second-lowest-ranked club to reach the first round, were not quite able to continue their fine run, going down 4-0 to Conference side Gateshead.

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    BBC Five Live's Jacqui Oatley: Worcester were magnificent here at the Ricoh. Fully deserved win. Fitness levels v high and confidence/ability to match. Coventry woeful. But fair play to Steven Pressley. No excuses/deflecting in interview. Brutally honest about his side's performance, full of praise for Worcester fans - 3220 of them (5219 Cov fans) - were outstanding. Hope they reach the third round and get a biggie.

  8. Sunday round-up

    We had nine 14:00 GMT ties to get our teeth stuck into - and they sure did live up to the standards set by the first match.

    Conference North side Worcester City produced the shock of the day, edging past League One side and previous FA Cup winners Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena thanks to two goals from Sean Geddes.

    Elsewhere, seventh-tier Blyth Spartans trounced Conference side Altrincham 4-1, despite a hefty 74-place gap between the two teams in the football pyramid.

    And non-leaguers Aldershot fought back to secure a replay with 2008 winners and 2010 finalists Portsmouth at Fratton Park.

  9. FULL-TIME

    Notts County 0-0 Accrington

    Notts County fielded what has to be described as a full-strength side but they have been held by League Two Accrington.

    After just four shots on target, this match won't be among the contenders for game of the day, but the visitors won't care. They will be in Monday's draw.

  10. CLOSE!

    Notts County 0-0 Accrington

    Curtis Thompson shoots just wide. It's the closest either side have come but a goal now would have been cruel on Accrington.

  11. Stoppage time

    Notts County 0-0 Accrington

    Four minutes of stoppage time have been indicated. Can either of these sides find a late winner?

  12. Sunday round-up

    Halifax celebrate

    Another frantic afternoon of FA Cup action is almost done.

    The day began at The Shay, where FC Halifax Town hosted Bradford City in the West Yorkshire derby. And the Conference high-flyers wasted no time in transferring their league form into the Cup, going ahead inside the opening three minutes thanks to Lois Maynard's strike.

    But a Billy Clarke-inspired Bradford came roaring back in the second half, with goals from Jon Stead and Filipe Morais ensuring it would be the Bantams and not the Shaymen who would take their place in Monday evening's second-round draw (more on that shortly).

  13. SUBSTITUTION

    Notts County 0-0 Accrington

    As we near the end of normal time, Accrington midfielder Craig Roddan comes on for forward Shay McCartan and that is perhaps manager John Coleman's way of saying he is happy with a replay.

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    Blyth Spartans

    Steve941: Carnage at Croft Park, what a game! @BBCSport @Blyth_Spartans #getcarriedaway

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    Tom, a Liverpool fan from Worcester: I think I might have to stop being a glory hunter and support my local team, they're playing better at the moment anyway!

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    Barbara K: Well that was unexpected. No goals in 6 hours then they all turn up at once :) #spireites #FACup #getcarriedaway

    Chesterfield had failed to score in their previous three outings, so maybe not six hours Barbara, but we get the general idea so we'll give you that one...

  17. Post update

    Notts County 0-0 Accrington

    Both teams are struggling to find the breakthrough at Meadow Lane. Twenty-nine teams separate these two sides in the league and, right now, less than 20 minutes separate them from a replay at the Store First Stadium.

  18. Post update

    Gosport Borough 3-6 Colchester

    Colchester United boss Tony Hulmes tells BBC Final Score: "The players took the foot off the pedal at 3-1 ahead, but it was entertaining for the fans. It was pleasing until we got a little bit sloppy with the defending to let them back in, but we were professional. I'd love a home tie now to keep the run going. A nice easy home draw would be great."

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    Adam Weavers: The FA Cup is at it again! Coventry 1-2 Worcester and we're into the second round! Fantastic performance!

    Andrew Priestley: We all love a cupset! Congrats to Worcester City, hope they get a plum tie in the 2nd Round. That's what the FA Cup is all about.

    michaelstonley: Great result for @maidstoneunited hoping the replay is on tv, that would be fantastic for Maidstone!!

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    Worcester City FC: Who's up for a party when we get back to Worcester?

  21. Post update

    Blyth Spartans 4-1 Altrincham

    Blyth Spartans manager Tom Wade tells BBC Final Score: "We didn't expect to score so early, but I thought we were superb. We could have scored more."

  22. Relive all the action

    If you've missed any of today's action, you can relive it all on the BBC Sport website. Either click the highlights tab at the top of this page, or visit our dedicated FA Cup video page. We've got today's goals in there now, with full match highlights on their way shortly.

    Highlights
  23. Post update

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot

    Aldershot Town manager Andy Scott tells BBC Final Score: "I thought we were outstanding. Portsmouth played very well in the first half but we had more of the ball in the second.

    "In the end, we were unlucky not to get the winner. I'm very proud of the team. It sets us up nicely for the replay."

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    The FA Cup never fails to deliver does it? Following another amazing afternoon of action, let us know what you made of it all on Twitter using #bbcfacup or #getcarriedaway, and by text via 81111.

  25. Post update

    Notts County 0-0 Accrington

    Just a reminder that there is still one more game to be concluded this afternoon and that's the 15:00 kick-off at Meadow Lane.

    Five minutes into the second half, it's currently goalless.

  26. Post update

    Braintree 0-6 Chesterfield

    Chesterfield goalscorer Gary Roberts speaking to Final Score after his side's win at Braintree: "You can never say it's stitched up at half-time. We saw what happened at Warrington and we did not want that to happen to us."

  27. Post update

    Blyth are indeed through, beating Altrincham, two divisions above them, 2-1 at home.

    Scunthorpe saw Forest Green off 2-0 with that pair of of deflected goals from Gary McSheffrey.

    The 78 places separating Gateshead United and Norton United showed with a 4-0 win for the north-east outfit.

    Maidstone have carved out a 0-0 draw at Stevenage, giving the non-leaguers a second crack at the League Two side.

    Easy pickings for Wrexham, who swept Woking aside with a 3-0 win at the Racecourse Ground.

    Gateshead's Rob Ramshaw leaves the pitch at full-time
  28. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    The visiting fans are singing "We're on our way to Wembley", and who'd blame them?

    All 3,220 of them remain standing as their players wander over, fist pumps galore, to thank them for their support.

    I imagine you'll be reading a fair bit about Sean Geddes tomorrow, the two-goal hero for Worcester.

  29. FULL-TIME

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot

    The whistle blows and, while there are a few boos ringing around Fratton Park, you have to say that was a thrilling finish.

    Aldershot will be thinking: "what if" having led 2-1, but if you had offered them a replay before the start of today's game, I suspect they might have taken it.

    Portsmouth remain without an FA Cup win since 2010.

  30. FULL-TIME

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Worcester City have only gone and done it! As the final whistle blows, every single member of the away bench comes rushing onto the pitch to celebrate with the players.

    The Conference North side have beaten League One Coventry City, 64 places above their visitors in the football pyramid, in the first round of the FA Cup.

  31. Post update

    Goals galore at Gosport Borough, where it ends 6-3 to Colchester after a late exchange where both sides added to their tally without affecting the overall outcome.

    Chesterfield have handed out a 6-0 drubbing at Braintree, scoring their sixth in injury time.

    Gosport Borough fans
  32. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    The away side have a corner now and, unsurprisingly, they're going to take every opportunity to wind down a few more moments. Into the final two minutes of stoppage time. Remarkably, the League One side just can't get the ball.

  33. Post update

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot

    Aldershot clear the danger and this tie looks to be destined for a replay....but straight down the other end, Aldershot have a corner. It's end-to-end in the final minute.

  34. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Connor Gater comes so close to sealing victory for Worcester, firing in a powerful shot towards goal, only for Ryan Allsop to palm it away.

  35. Post update

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot

    Portsmouth are throwing men forward and they have won a free-kick in a dangerous position.

  36. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    The home side send a long ball forward towards Reda Johnson, and it's headed away for a throw-in. A chance to get the ball into the area - but it's hooked behind for a goal kick.

    Four minutes left.

  37. INJURY TIME

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot

    With that man advantage, Aldershot are now back in the ascendancy. You sense Pompey would be very relieved to see this game out and still be in the hat for tomorrow's second-round draw.

    Four minutes of injury time have been signalled.

  38. INJURY TIME - SEVEN MINUTES!

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    We're into seven minutes of stoppage time. Yes, you heard me, seven!

  39. Post update

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Coventry are inches, millimetres away from an equaliser. Aaron Martin's shot from 18 yards has goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan flapping, but it somehow drifts wide of the near post. This has very quickly become defence verses attack since Reda Johnson's goal.

  40. YELLOW CARD

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Ellis Deeney is the latest man to go into the book for time-wasting. We're into the final five minutes - how're your nerves Worcester City fans?!

  41. Signed, sealed and delivered?

    Right, we'll stick our necks out here - Blyth are surely into the second round after Danny McGuire bravely pokes the ball under the Altrincham keeper as the pair collide to make it 4-1.

    What a great result that will be for Blyth, against an Altrincham side who play two sides above them in the Conference.

  42. YELLOW CARD

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City

    Reda Johnson, the big former Sheffield Wednesday defender, has now gone up top for Coventry. The Sky Blues have just seven minutes to grab themselves an equaliser - although Worcester goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan is doing his level best to waste as many of those as possible, and receives a yellow card for taking too much time over a free-kick.

    Reda Johnson shoots
  43. RED CARD

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot - Portsmouth's Paul Robinson (82 mins)

    It's a needless second yellow, immediately after Pompey had levelled. Defender Paul Robinson, booked for a heavy challenge earlier in the second half, slides in unnecessary and it's a fair decision.

    Momentum lost.

  44. GOAL

    Portsmouth 2-2 Aldershot - Danny Hollands (81 mins)

    Pompey are still in the cup. It's a good ball in, flicked on and captain Danny Hollands heads in from inside the six yard box. Relief for the League Two side. Now, who wants this more?

  45. Post update

    Blyth Spartans might be there now with time running out, Robbie Dale foxes the keeper to slot home for his second making it 3-1 against Altrincham.

    Notts County and Accrington Stanley fans, we're not ignoring you - it's 0-0 in the 15:00 kick off.

  46. GOAL

    Coventry City 1-2 Worcester City - Reda Johnson (81 mins)

    The 10 men of Coventry City have a way back into the tie. Captain Reda Johnson, who missed from the spot in the first half, pokes the ball in at the far post to halve the deficit. Game well and truly on.

  47. INTO THE FINAL 15 MINUTES

    So we're into the last quarter of an hour in each of our nine 14:00 GMT kick-offs. The big story of the afternoon so far has been at the Ricoh Arena, where Conference North side Worcester City lead the 10-men of Coventry City 2-0.

    We may also have a shock on our hands at Fratton Park, where non-leaguers Aldershot are 2-1 up on 2008 FA Cup winners Portsmouth.

    Can they see it through? Don't go away!

  48. CLOSE!

    Portsmouth 1-2 Aldershot

    Jordan Roberts curls in a free-kick which bounces awkwardly just in front of Paul Jones, who does well to turn it wide. Rather than sitting on their lead, the non-league side are pushing for a third.

  49. Post update

    Chesterfield are easing into the second round, and Braintree are giving them a hand, with an own goal from Clerima making it 5-0 to the rampant Spireites.

    Freddie Sears, an ex-Premier League striker, seems to have snuffed out the comeback at Gosport Borough, who now trail Colchester 5-2 after the former West Ham man grabbed his second.

  50. Post update

    Portsmouth 1-2 Aldershot

    How will the League Two side respond? They have hardly had a shot since the break.

    Portsmouth haven't won an FA Cup tie since beating Tottenham 2-0 in the 2010 semi-final at Wembley.

    Since then they've lost twice to Chelsea, including in that year's final, and also crashed out to Brighton, Notts County and, most recently, Stevenage. It's not been an easy four-and-a-half years for Pompey, has it?

    But defeat here would arguably trump all of those defeats.

  51. SUBSTITUTION

    Coventry City 0-2 Worcester City

    Sean Geddes, your race has been run, and what a race it's been. The two-goal Worcester City hero is replaced by Connor Gater with around 15 minutes to go.

  52. Post update

    A superb finish from Kyle Perry, who lobs the keeper from 20 yards from a downfield punt, pulls a goal back for Altrincham at Blyth Spartans, where the score is now 2-1 for the north-east club. Blyth, don't forget, play two leagues below their Conference opponents.

    Rob Ramshaw has his hat-trick, his header makes it 4-0 for Gateshead away at Norton United.

    Robert Ramshaw gets his third
  53. Post update

    Coventry City 0-2 Worcester City

    Coventry win a free-kick around 30 yards from goal, but James Maddison's powerful-looking strike can't get any further than the wall. The Sky Blues recycle possession though and chuck it in towards the penalty area, but the ball drifts harmlessly out for a goal kick. We're marching into the final 20 minutes here.

  54. GOAL

    Portsmouth 1-2 Aldershot - Mark Molesley (69 mins)

    The Conference side lead and it is no less than they deserve. It's been all Aldershot. Mark Molesley gets in front of his man at the near post and tucks the ball home to send the away fans wild. The 2008 winners are in trouble here.

  55. Post update

    Dame Fortune (aka Lady Luck) smiles on Gary McSheffrey as he bags his second deflected goal of the day, to give Scunthorpe a 2-0 lead at Forest Green.

    Gary McSheffrey celebrates for Scunthorpe
  56. CLOSE!

    Coventry City 0-2 Worcester City

    Worcester come within inches of making it 3-0 and maybe, just maybe, putting this remarkable tie to bed once and for all. Substitute Nick Wright smashes a shot towards goal from inside the area but it's deflected just wide, with goalkeeper Ryan Allsop stranded.

  57. CLOSE!

    Portsmouth 1-1 Aldershot

    Pompey are living dangerously.

    The ball falls to Aldershot's Brett Williams in the box from a corner but he drills it wide across goal. There were so many bodies in there, that could have gone anywhere.

  58. PENALTY APPEAL

    Portsmouth 1-1 Aldershot

    The Shots fans' arms go up. They want a penalty after a clumsy challenge from Joe Devera. Nothing in it.

    The visitors have enjoyed a small spell of pressure though, without really troubling Pompey keeper Paul Jones.

  59. Post update

    Coventry City 0-2 Worcester City

    The Sky Blues almost have a goal back - but if they had done, it would've been controversial to say the least. As the ball comes in from the left, Worcester goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan clatters into his team-mate Wayne Thomas and stays down. But the League One hosts decide to play on, and Jim O'Brien twice strikes the ball towards goal yet can't squeeze in it. Close.

  60. Post update

    Coventry City 0-2 Worcester City

    BBC Hereford & Worcester commentator Dan Johnson says the Worcester City fans are in "dreamland". He's not far wrong either - they'll realise their side are little more than half an hour away from one of the upsets of the weekend.

  61. Post update

    Comebacks & upsets?

    Gosport celebrate

    Is the comeback on? Gosport Borough have reduced the arrears to 2-4 against Colchester, Justin Bennett drills the ball past the goalkeeper after going one on one. Could Alex Pike's hopes (see 15:09) be justified?

    Blyth Spartans are 2-0 up now at home to Altrincham, Danny McGuire's shot beats the keeper at the near post and goes in off the base of the upright.

    Chesterfield look to be heading into the proverbial hat for the next round, they are 4-0 up at Braintree thanks to a sweet strike from Gary Roberts.

  62. GOAL

    Coventry City 0-2 Worcester City - Sean Geddes (55 mins)

    Wowzers, what a strike that is! Sean Geddes fires in a rasping low drive from just inside the area and the goalkeeper is beaten all ends up. It's pandemonium in the away end, while boos are already ringing around the home end. Are the 1987 FA Cup winners on their way out at the hands of Conference North opposition?

    Worcester celebrate
  63. Post update

    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City

    Goodness me, and they're not a million miles away from doubling their lead either. Ryan Allsop, on as a first-half substitute after goalkeeper Lee Burge was sent off, gets down well to keep out a far-post header.

  64. Post update

    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City

    It's been a scrappy start to the second half at the Ricoh. Despite being down to 10 men, surely the superior fitness of the Sky Blues will tell as this last 45 minutes goes on? Not just yet, mind you - Worcester have won a corner and the 2,000+ travelling fans cheered it like a goal!

  65. Post update

    Portsmouth 1-1 Aldershot

    After equalising right at the end of the first half, Aldershot have made a composed start to the second. Things have been very even at Fratton Park so far this afternoon, despite the 29 league places separating the two sides.

  66. Post update

    Just a reminder that our 15:00 GMT kick-off at Meadow Lane, between Notts County and Accrington Stanley, is now in motion too. We'll have updates of that particular all Football League tie too.

  67. KICK-OFF

    And we're under way around the country again. Are one of our 12 non-league teams just 45 minutes away from FA Cup first-round glory? Watch this space...

    Gosport Borough Dan Wooden takes on Colchester's Ben Gordon
  68. Post update

    Gosport Borough 1-4 Colchester United

    Gosport manager Alex Pike is optimistic as he speaks to BBC Sport just as the second half kicks off:

    "The next 20 minutes are vital, this might be the comeback of the year. You never know - fingers crossed."

  69. Post update

    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City

    The Coventry City players have been sent back out onto the field early at a sparsely-populated Ricoh Arena. A penny for the half-time thoughts of manager Steven Pressley? The Scotsman is a scary-looking chap at the best of times, so I'm actually kind of glad I wasn't in the dressing room to hear what he had to say.

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    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City

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    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City

    Ianrobo: OMG Worcester ... what a game you are having.

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  73. HALF-TIME

    So that's us for the first half around the grounds, and the big news thus far is that Worcester City of Conference North are winning at League One Coventry City, who've had their goalkeeper sent off and missed a penalty.

    When your luck's in, your luck's in? Big 45 minutes to come at the Ricoh.

    Don't forget you can watch all the goals so far via the highlights tab at the top of the page.

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  74. Post update

    Wes York is scorer turned provider at the Racecourse Ground, his cross from the right is smartly finished by Andy Bishop who squeezes the ball in by the near post to make it Wrexham 3-0 Woking.

    Ryman Premier Division side Maidstone United have done well to hold League Two Stevenage 0-0 at half-time, a fine effort considering how, Worcester apart, the non-league sides are struggling against more senior opposition today.

    Chesterfield are nearing the next round, Sam Clucas putting the Spireites 3-0 up at Braintree just before the break.

  75. GOAL

    Portsmouth 1-1 Aldershot - Jordan Roberts (45 mins)

    And, right on the stroke of half-time, Jordan Roberts has given the Conference side a priceless equaliser. Dan Holman's far-post cross is met by Roberts, who simply can't fail to score from a yard or so out. The half-time whistle sounds moments later, and the Shots are back in this tie.

  76. MISSED PENALTY

    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City - Reda Johnson

    Is that the cupset klaxon I can hear sounding? Goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan is Worcester's latest hero, keeping out Reda Johnson's low penalty. It wasn't well struck, but what a moment for the away side.

  77. PENALTY TO COVENTRY

    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City

    The 10 men have a lifeline. Worcester City's players are furious with the referee but he isn't going to budge. Reda Johnson will take it...

  78. GOAL

    Gosport Borough 1-4 Colchester United - Alex Gilbey (45 mins)

    Having got themselves back in the game only five minutes ago, Gosport have themselves a three-goal gap to overcome all over again. Alex Gilbey bursts forward from midfield to slot home and the U's are in control once more.

  79. GOAL

    Norton United 0-3 Gateshead - Rob Ramshaw (43 mins)

    Game, set and match? Rob Ramshaw, lurking in the six-yard box, capitalises as the Norton keeper spills a long-range shot, leaving Ramshaw with a simple tap-in.

  80. GOAL

    Coventry City 0-1 Worcester City - Sean Geddes

    Sean Geddes steps up and thumps home a deserved opener from the spot, sending the goalkeeper the wrong way.

    64 league places separate these two sides but it's the Conference North club who have the lead!

    Worcester's Sean Geddes celebrates
  81. PENALTY TO WORCESTER

    Coventry City 0-0 Worcester City

  82. RED CARD

    Coventry City 0-0 Worcester City - Lee Burge (Gk)

    Drama at the Ricoh. Coventry goalkeeper Lee Burge is sent off for a kick off the ball, and Conference North side Worcester have a wonderful opportunity to take the lead. Ryan Allsop replaces Frank Nouble - and his first task will be to face a penalty!

    Coventry keeper Lee Burge is sent off
  83. GOAL

    Norton United 0-2 Gateshead - Rob Ramshaw

    From three-yards out, Ramshaw heads in his second to double Gateshead's lead.

    Sadly that is all too easy for the Conference side and goalkeeper Roberts had no chance.

    Robert Ramshaw celebrates for Gateshead
  84. Post update

    Chesterfield, semi-finalists in 1997 don't forget, are looking ever more comfortable at Braintree where they have gone 2-0 ahead. Jay O'Shea spins around in the box to curl the ball into the top corner; in Essex, so far, the only way is Derbyshire.

    Wrexham have doubled their lead over fellow Conference side Woking, Wes York nipping in at the far post to make it 2-0 at the Racecourse Ground.

  85. GOAL

    Gosport Borough 1-3 Colchester United - Justin Bennett (40 mins)

    Game on?! Justin Bennett's side-footed finish from inside the area, after a corner isn't properly cleared by Colchester, has Gosport back in this FA Cup tie. Borough manager Alex Pipe's half-time team-talk might well be a little less downbeat now.

    Justin Bennett scores for Gosport Borough
  86. Post update

    Portsmouth 1-0 Aldershot

    Portsmouth's Ricky Holmes is the latest to get a shot in on Phil Smith's goal, whipping a right-footed free-kick in towards the near post but the ex-Swindon goalkeeper is more than equal to it.

  87. Post update

    Gosport Borough 0-3 Colchester United

    Conference side Gosport are starting to enjoy some control at long last, after that devastating opening 25 minutes from their League One visitors. It must be hard to find that balance between trying to get back into the tie - and making sure the scoreline doesn't get even worse.

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  89. Post update

    Portsmouth 1-0 Aldershot

    Not the prettiest challenge you'll ever see from on-loan defender Paul Robinson, who gives away a free-kick midway inside his own half. But the ball in is fairly comfortably dealt with and, it must be said, Pompey look fairly comfortable. Shots boss Andy Scott on the sideline, by contrast, looks anything but.

  90. CLOSE!

    Norton United 0-1 Gateshead

    A long throw from United's Tom Winkle is almost turned in by Micky Lennon. Gateshead do not look all that comfortable defending Winkle's dangerous deliveries.

  91. Post update

    Portsmouth 1-0 Aldershot

    It all sounds a bit muted at Fratton Park at the moment. The Aldershot fans, who have absolutely packed out the stand behind Phil Smith's goal, will be disappointed by that early strike for the home side.

  92. Post update

    A couple of league sides are starting to make their extra quality count - Chesterfield have gone ahead against Braintree, with Owen Doyle tapping in from ultra-close range to make it 1-0 to the League One outfit.

    Scunthorpe have taken a 1-0 lead over Forest Green, Gary McSheffrey's shot looping over the goalkeeper after taking a wicked deflection.

    Forest Green Rovers' James Norwood and Scunthorpe's Andrew Boyce
  93. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Norton United 0-1 Gateshead

    Rob Ramshaw has the ball in the net for the visitors but is correctly adjudged to have been offside.

    It was a little easy for him to find space in the Norton penalty area. That's a let-off for the non-league outfit.

  94. GOAL

    Gosport Borough 0-3 Colchester United - Freddie Sears (25 mins)

    And it just gets better and better for Colchester. Freddie Sears is brought down in the area by Brett Poate, and the former Crystal Palace striker, who missed a spot-kick against Port Vale last week, picks himself up, dusts himself down and slots home. Ominous for Gosport. Very, very ominous.

  95. PENALTY TO COLCHESTER

    Gosport Borough 0-2 Colchester United

    Colchester's Freddie Sears is brough down for a penalty
  96. Post update

    Coventry City 0-0 Worcester City

    Conference North side Worcester, boosted by a tremendous away following, have started energetically.

    No clear chances yet for either side at the Ricoh Arena but Carl Heeley's side will be satisfied with the first 20 minutes.

    Coventry target man Frank Nouble looks like he could pose the biggest threat to the Worcester back line.

    Worcester's Jordan Murphy and Coventry's Jack Finch go for the ball
  97. Post update

    It's nip and tuck in several of today's ties, but it's worth flagging up that the Conference's Braintree, 52 places below their League One opponents Chesterfield, are managed by an FA Cup winner. Alan Devonshire was an integral part of the West Ham side that beat Arsenal at a sun-drenched Wembley in 1980.

    But there's been another penalty, this time at Wrexham, where Neil Ashton sees his first effort saved but keeps calm to tap in the rebound for the Welsh side to lead Woking 1-0.

  98. GOAL

    Gosport Borough 0-2 Colchester United - Sanchez Watt (21 mins)

    League One side Colchester are making light work of their non-league opponents here. Freddie Sears gets in behind the Gosport defence and picks out ex-Arsenal man Sanchez Watt at the far post, who makes no mistake from close range. It's a really confident start from the U's.

    Sanchez Watt scores for Colchester
  99. GOAL

    Portsmouth 1-0 Aldershot - Jed Wallace (16 mins)

    And Portsmouth, who have started the better of the two sides at Fratton Park, have a deserved lead. Craig Westcarr is tripped inside the penalty area and Jed Wallace slots the penalty into the bottom corner for his eighth goal of the season - already his best-ever tally.

  100. Watch your team's goals

    The goals are flying in around the country already - don't forget you can watch them via the highlights tab now.

    Bradford City celebrate their first goal against Halifax
  101. PENALTY TO PORTSMOUTH

    Portsmouth 0-0 Aldershot

  102. GOAL

    Gosport Borough 0-1 Colchester United - Gavin Massey (14 mins)

    It's been a really strong start for League One side Colchester at Gosport of Conference South, and Gavin Massey blasts them into a deserved early lead after Sanchez Watt's header had struck the post.

    Colchester's Gavin Massey scores
  103. GOAL

    Norton United 0-1 Gateshead - Alex Rodman (11 mins)

    The Conference side take the lead with their first attack. Alex Rodman finds himself in space in the area and slots a low shot past Daniel Roberts in the Norton goal.

    Not the start the lively home crowd had in mind.

  104. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City (full-time)

    Joshua Chapman: Very relieved to get through to the next round. Especially after the first half. #bcafc #FACup #WeAreIn #getcarriedaway

    Bradford City emerge for the second-half
  105. Post update

    Norton United 0-0 Gateshead

    When it's the biggest day in your club's history, you've got to go prepared, and that's exactly what Norton's fans are doing. A roaring burger and hot dog trade going on there at the eighth-tier club.

    Hot dogs
  106. Post update

    Portsmouth 0-0 Aldershot

    The first chance of the afternoon on the south coast goes to Portsmouth, but Jed Wallace's tame effort fails to trouble Phil Smith in the visiting goal. Bright start here.

  107. Post update

    Blyth Spartans 1-0 Altrincham

    A great start for Blyth, Robert Dale confidently strokes home a penalty just four minutes in.

  108. KICK-OFF

    After a breathless first FA Cup tie of the day, it's already time to turn our attentions towards our 14:00 GMT kick-offs. Up and down the country, a minute's silence is held on this Remembrance Sunday, none more poignant than at Fratton Park ahead of the match between Portsmouth and Aldershot, two towns steeped in military history.

    We're now under way everywhere.

  109. Giggs gets your vote

    Manchester United's Ryan Giggs scores against Arsenal in a 1999 FA Cup semi-final

    Over the last few weeks we've been asking you to pick your favourite strike from our list of 50 iconic FA Cup goals. Earlier today, we took the winner of each of those votes and asked you to select your favourite - and we have a winner, with 37.9% of you selecting Ryan Giggs' memorable solo effort against Arsenal in the 1999 semi-final as your favourite.

    Thanks for voting.

  110. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Blyth Spartans v Altrincham (14:00 GMT)

    Blyth Spartans

    Laura Dodds: #HowayBlyth #getcarriedaway @BBCSport

  111. Post update

    About to get under way around the country, with nine matches kicking off now. Here's the line-up:

    fixtures
  112. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Wayne Jacobs, former Bradford and Halifax defender:

    "A proper scare, and everyone connect to Halifax can be very proud for what they have put on. They gave it a right go, it was a typical FA Cup tie, a local derby with no quarter asked and no quarter given. Clarke hurt Halifax around the centre of the pitch, he produced two good chances by slipping balls in by the sides of centre-halves and Bradford took them."

    Match highlights are now available by clicking the highlights tab at the top of the page.

  113. Final Score

    Follow the FA Cup on the BBC

    BBC Final Score

    Click the live coverage tab at the top of this page for a special edition of Final Score, now live on BBC One as well as online. It will feature all the goals from this afternoon's ties.

  114. FULL-TIME

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    There goes the full-time whistle, but in the final seconds the home side come so, so close to rescuing a draw. First Lois Maynard's goal-bound shot is deflected away, and from the resulting corner Bradford somehow get the ball away. Brilliant effort from the non-leaguers, but League One Bradford are in the hat for Monday's draw. Job done.

  115. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    The Shaymen launch a long ball into the penalty area but Stephen Darby very calmly heads it back to his goalkeeper. Nicely done. We're deep into stoppage time.

  116. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    As the fourth official's board goes up to show four minutes of time to be added on, Bantams left-back James Meredith works his way into the Halifax area but his shot goes wide.

  117. Post update

    Norton United v Gateshead (14:00 GMT)

    Fortress Norton? Gateshead's players take a look around before their game against their eighth-tier opponents, which kicks off in 10 minutes.

    Great viewpoint if you live in one of those houses on the far side. Potentially bad news for your windows though.

    norton
  118. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    But it's straight into the wall, not what the Conference side needed! They're still piling forwards though, in search of a late equaliser.

  119. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Jason Kennedy gives away a cheap free-kick around 25-yards out. Chance for Halifax...

  120. SUBSTITUTION

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Bradford's Northern Ireland international Rory McArdle replaces Mark Yeates as Phil Parkinson looks to shore things up. Into the final five minutes - can Halifax force a replay?

  121. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Credit to Halifax, they're certainly determined to take Bradford all the way here. Matty Pearson's strike from distance goes hopelessly wide, but they Shaymen just keep on coming.

  122. Post update

    Gosport Borough v Colchester United (14:00 GMT)

    With 10 minutes left at Halifax, a reminder that we've got nine games coming up for you at 14:00 GMT. Excitement is certainly building in Gosport...

    Gosport fans
  123. YELLOW CARD

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Jamie Jackson now puts in a rather tasty challenge on Billy Clarke and gets yellow for it. There's been one or two late tackles flying in this afternoon - but this is a West Yorkshire derby after all.

  124. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    And how has Billy Clarke not just provided it to kill this match once and for all? He goes clean through on goal but his shot lacks any real conviction and goalkeeper Matt Glannon keeps it all in the balance.

  125. YELLOW CARD

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Adam Smith, on as a second-half substitute for Steve Williams, is the latest man to go into the book for Halifax. Moments before that, Mark Yeates had shot straight at Matt Glennon when well placed. There's still a goal in this tie, I reckon.

  126. DISALLOWED GOAL

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Jon Stead this time has the ball in the back of the Halifax net, but the flag is up because he was miles offside from the ball forward. I say 'disallowed goal', but I'm not really sure it ever got that far.

  127. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Excellent chance on the break for Bradford is wasted by Jon Stead's rather weak-looking back-heel, when the Bantams were three on three. At the other end, Halifax goalscorer Lois Maynard takes a pot-shot from distance but it goes wide.

  128. SUBSTITUTION

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Here comes Halifax's 28-year-old forward Jamie Jackson, replacing Paul Marshall. Can he write himself into tomorrow's back pages with a goal to remember for the Shaymen? Time is ticking.

  129. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Andy Moore: Just a little bit more class is the difference for Bradford. Great turn around. But do love an upset.

  130. Watch the goals

    Don't forget, you can watch the goals by clicking on the highlights tab at the top of this page.

    Screengrab
  131. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    The visitors are struggling to clear their lines as cross after cross, header after header goes in towards their goal, before eventually the attack peters out.

    Robbie Savage has just been spotted by the tunnel, tucking into a plate of sausage and chips. Looks like he's enjoying this end-to-end FA Cup tie, as are we.

  132. YELLOW CARD

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Nasty challenge from Andrew Davies on Richard Peniket, miles late and slightly high. The Bradford man goes into the book and Halifax have another opportunity to angle in a cross towards Ben Williams' goal.

  133. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Paul Marshall finds a pocket of space around 25 yards out, but the Halifax man's shot lacks both accuracy and power and drifts harmlessly wide.

  134. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    A bit of a lull here at The Shay. Now it's Halifax's turn to patiently keep the ball, and Bradford's turn to sit off and keep their hosts where they can see them.

  135. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    A long ball goes up to Halifax striker Scott Boden, but it's easily cleared by Bradford. The home side will be glad to just to get their foot on the ball again. Half an hour to go.

  136. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City

    Those two Bradford goals were separated by the small matter of two minutes, 43 seconds. Now this is all about Halifax's character. The Shaymen are fourth in the Conference, but it is a position that owes much to their start to the season, when they won their first five matches in a row. Can they find that winning touch again?

    Bradford's Alan Sheehan and Halifax Town's Scott Boden
  137. GOAL

    FC Halifax Town 1-2 Bradford City - Filipe Morais

    What a turnaround! And what a strike it is too from the man who looked to be Bradford's most dangerous player before half-time. Another early pass into the penalty area finds Filipe Morais, and his thumping strike across goal gives Matt Glennon no chance whatsoever. In the space of seven second-half minutes, the Bantams have turned this tie on its head.

    Bradford City's Filipe Morais celebrates
  138. GOAL

    FC Halifax Town 1-1 Bradford City - Jon Stead

    And, right on cue, Jon Stead has levelled things up. Billy Clarke is unsurprisingly involved, turning a lovely little pass around the corner into Stead's path, and he rounds the keeper before slotting home. Bradford had to seek permission from Stead's parent club Huddersfield for him to play in the FA Cup today - and boy, will they be glad the Terriers said yes.

    Bradford celebrate their first goal
  139. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Billy Clarke is wasting no time in making an impression for the visitors, finding space in the penalty area but seeing his near-post effort turned away by Matt Glennon in the Halifax goal. All Bradford at the start of this second period.

  140. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    It's a really strong start to the second half by the Football League side, throwing in a couple of early crosses, but the home team are staying strong for now. Is this early pressure a sign of things to come?

  141. KICK-OFF

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    So what are Bradford City really made of? We're about to find out, as the Bantams get us under way in this second half. Their manager Phil Parkinson has decided to make one change, as Billy Clarke is on for Andy Halliday.

    The Shay Stadium
  142. Coming up

    Forest Green Rovers v Scunthorpe United (14:00 GMT)

    Forest Green

    If it's a Sunday afternoon Cup upset that you're after, then the little town of Nailsworth in Gloucestershire may be the place for you.

    Forest Green Rovers, a non-league side with an ex-Football League strikeforce in the shape of Lee Hughes and Jon Parkin, host third-tier strugglers Scunthorpe at The New Lawn.

    The Iron, promoted from League Two last season, have already opted to part with record-breaking manager Russ Wilcox and, under new gaffer Mark Robins, their focus may well be on escaping the relegation places rather than FA Cup progress.

  143. Coming up

    Coventry City v Worcester City (14:00 GMT)

    For Conference North Worcester City, this is their first appearance in the first round of the Cup in nine years - and manager Carl Heeley has described the build-up to today's clash as "mayhem", with more than 2,000 away tickets sold.

    These two teams met in the third round in January 1983, when the Sky Blues won 3-1 at Highfield Road after the non-leaguers had taken the lead.

    Worcester's players may take inspiration from the club's most famous Cup giant-killing, back in 1959 when they knocked out Liverpool, then of the Second Division, 1-0.

  144. Coming up

    Norton United v Gateshead (14:00 GMT)

    Programme

    If you want goals, then the Autonet Stadium could well be the place to provide them this afternoon.

    Eighth-tier Norton United, making their first-ever appearance at this stage of the FA Cup, have already scored an incredible 19 goals in this year's competition - that's three more than Arsenal managed in their entire Cup-winning run last season.

    A week on from beating Brigg Town 7-4, Scott Dundas "attack-minded" team face a Gateshead side who are third in the Conference.

    stats
  145. Coming up

    Gosport Borough v Colchester United (14:00 GMT)

    Brian Clough statue in Nottingham

    One great manager who never had the privilege of lifting the FA Cup was former Derby and Nottingham Forest boss Nigel Clough.

    However, Gosport Borough of the Conference South will be hoping for a little magic from the two-time European Cup winner today against League One side Colchester United.

    Every year Gosport boss Alex Pike visits Clough's statue in Nottingham each year and makes a wish.

    "The last four seasons it's come true," Pike told BBC South Today. "This year I asked him to get us to the third round proper."

  146. Post update

    Portsmouth v Aldershot Town (14:00 GMT)

    Aldershot dressing room

    Aldershot's dressing room ahead of their clash with Portsmouth at Fratton Park, with plenty of rehydration to hand.

  147. Coming up

    Portsmouth v Aldershot Town (14:00 GMT)

    Harry Redknapp and Sol Campbell lift the FA Cup for Portsmouth

    While the two managers go to work on their players during half-time at The Shay, we can take a quick look forward to a few of our 14:00 GMT kick-offs.

    We'll be keeping a particularly close eye on 2008 winners and 2010 finalists Portsmouth, who welcome Hampshire neighbours Aldershot to Fratton Park.

    Shots striker Brett Williams, who has scored seven goals for the Conference side so far this season, admitted to BBC Surrey: "I screamed my head off when the draw came out."

    You'll need to show a bit more composure than that in front of goal today, Brett.

  148. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Wayne Jacobs, former Bradford and Halifax defender:

    "For all Bradford's possession, chance-wise Halifax have dominated. They have looked ever so good at set-plays, and if they can do the ugly side of the game and stop Bradford, more chances may come their way."

    Listen live on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

  149. HALF-TIME

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    And that will be that for the first half. Lois Maynard's early poacher's finish has Conference side Halifax ahead against Bradford of League One at the break. Neil Aspin's men haven't seen too much of the ball but, on chances, probably do deserve to be ahead.

    Halifax Town boss Neil Aspin
  150. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Ilyas Najib: What an effort by Halifax, we look like the league team, Bradford City look like a Sunday league team.

  151. YELLOW CARD

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Steve Williams is going into the book for a poor challenge on the right-hand side. Billy Knott's free-kick is easily dealt with again though, and we're into one minute added on.

  152. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Bradford are back on the ball and are probing, searching for a gap. This is patient stuff from the away side, but as a ball is finally launched into the area, Jon Stead's volley on the turn is nowhere near troubling the Halifax goal. He was well marshalled by Shaymen defender Marc Roberts, in fairness.

  153. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    What a chance that is for FC Halifax. They are are doing most of the defending but, at the same time, are still creating the better chances. Striker Scott Boden peals off his man to latch onto a low cross into the area, but his side-footed attempt goes over. So close to 2-0.

  154. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    I do wonder how much the Bantams are missing their big man up top James Hanson here. Jon Stead is working tirelessly, but just doesn't quite carry the same physical presence as Hanson, who rose to prominence with his role in Bradford's 2013 League Cup run.

    Bradford City's James Hanson
  155. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    Blyth Spartans v Altrincham (14:00 GMT)

    Paul Lynch: Stuck at work and missing @Blyth_Spartans #bbcfacup 1st round match. #gutted #howayblyth #northumberland

    Stick with us Paul, we'll keep you updated as two non-league sides with fine FA Cup pedigrees go head-to-head later this afternoon...

  156. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    What a save that is from Bradford goalkeeper Ben Williams, magnificent. It's his error, failing to deal with a long ball into his penalty area, that gives Halifax the opportunity to swing in another corner. Again the defending could be better, but the far-post header from Steve Williams is superbly turned away. There's some serious set-piece woe for the League One side here.

  157. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Bradford boss Phil Parkinson doesn't look best pleased here, rolling his eyes after an over-hit pass. I think he'll be fairly satisfied with the way his side have responded to the early goal, but there's not a huge amount of cutting edge against Conference Halifax.

  158. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Wayne Jacobs, former Bradford and Halifax defender:

    "Since the goal Bradford have clawed their way back in, kept possession and shown some good football. They have got some good crosses in, but Phil Parkinson will be disappointed that his Bradford side have not got on the end of one."

    Listen live on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

  159. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    At last, a shot in anger on the FC Halifax goal. Filipe Morais this time comes inside, but the 28-year-old's powerful strike towards the near post drifts a yard or so wide. Better from the Bantams.

  160. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Ouch! Strong challenge from Simon Ainge on Andy Halliday, who takes a moment before returning to his feet. Good, old-fashioned challenge from the Halifax man - albeit not a legal one.

  161. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Filipe Morais is really hugging the right touchline and does well to get another cross in towards former Blackburn forward Jon Stead, but the ball misses him and when it finds Mark Yeates it gets blocked away.

  162. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Billy Knott is seeing plenty of the action, just playing in behind the forwards and finding space in which to operate. But still, Matt Glennon in the home goal hasn't really had a save to make.

  163. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    League One Bradford are really starting to boss the ball here, having over 70% of the possession at the latest check. Halifax are happy to keep them at arms' length - but I'm not sure this is going to work for another 70 minutes.

    Match stats
  164. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    After the initial rush, Halifax are just electing to sit in and manage the game rather than chasing and harrying Bradford at every opportunity. The visitors have worked the ball into a good position here though, but the goalkeeper gets a touch on Filipe Morais's cross from the byline to turn it away from any immediate danger.

  165. Watch Halifax's goal

    Want to see how Halifax took the lead? Click the highlights tab now or click here to watch their goal.

    Highlights tab
  166. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    The Bantams are starting to work their way into the game, keeping the ball comfortably really for the first time in the tie. Andy Halliday has had quite enough of all that tippy-tappy stuff though, smashing the ball towards goal from distance. But it's wide, very wide.

  167. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    The Shaymen are really up for this, pressing their League One opponents at every opportunity. They've conceded a corner here though, and Mark Yeates will whip it in to the far post. That's the goalkeeper's ball all day long.

  168. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    Halifax v Bradford

    Graeme Hunter: Working hard today... just on in the background, honest #bbcfacup #bcafc

  169. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City

    The home side are doing most of the early running here. It's a really confident start from Neil Aspin's men. He did say in the build-up that his team had a chance of causing an upset. So far, so good.

  170. GOAL

    FC Halifax Town 1-0 Bradford City - Lois Maynard

    And this one isn't defended well either - the Conference high-flyers have an early lead! This time it goes to the near post, and Lois Maynard is on hand to stab home past a helpless Ben Williams. Dream start for the non-leaguers.

    Watch the goal by clicking the highlights tab.

    Halifax Town's Lois Maynard scores
    Halifax
  171. Post update

    FC Halifax Town 0-0 Bradford City

    And an early sighter for the hosts. Halifax win a corner on the right, and it's not defended particularly well, finding its way to Simon Ainge at the far stick. His shot is blocked behind though, and we'll have another set-piece.

  172. KICK-OFF

    FC Halifax Town 0-0 Bradford City

    And away we go. Halifax, in their all-blue home strip, will get us started, shooting from right to left in this first half. Bradford are in their familiar claret and amber.

  173. Post update

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    So here we go, it's time to get down to business. The two teams wander out to a great reception at The Shay, passing the FA Cup trophy as they emerge from the tunnel.

    There will, of course, be a minute's silence before we get under way on this Remembrance Sunday.

    Kick-off is just moments away.

  174. Alerts direct to your phone

    Push alerts

    If you're out and about this afternoon, unable to stay glued to the TV, you needn't miss out on all the FA Cup drama.

    Push alerts within the BBC Sport app mean you can follow the action and goals as they happen, wherever you are, with alerts delivered direct to your phone.

    More information and instructions on how to set up the alerts can be found here.

  175. Ones to watch: Bradford

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    And in the Bradford side, forward Mark Yeates, who began his career at Tottenham, gets a special mention too.

    BBC Radio Leeds commentator Dave Fletcher: "He is quick, has a trick, loves a shot at goal - whether from open play or from a dead ball - and he can also create chances for his team-mates. He is getting close to showing the form that saw Middlesbrough pay £500k for him five years ago."

  176. Ones to watch: Halifax

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    Scott Boden

    Striker Scott Boden, who was part of the Macclesfield team to force a replay with Championship side Sheffield Wednesday in the third round last season, has also been singled out:

    BBC Radio Leeds commentator Dave Fletcher: "He is not a tall man, nor is he blessed with electric pace, but he has already scored eight goals this season, including one in the win over Chorley that set up this tie. Perhaps more impressively, he has also picked up five assists, putting him right up there as one of the Conference's top strikers."

  177. Ones to watch: Halifax

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    You'd be excused for not knowing too much about the Halifax team, but fortunately BBC Radio Leeds commentator Dave Fletcher is on hand to give us the lowdown on who to keep an eye on, starting with defender and captain Marc Roberts:

    "Town's skipper is rapidly becoming one of the most dependable central defenders in non-league football. Good with the ball at his feet, he also possesses a flat and quick long throw-in which is sure to test the City defence."

  178. Halifax 'do have a chance'

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    FC Halifax boss Neil Aspin says his side "do have a chance" against Bradford this afternoon - but also concedes that the Bantams have "a much bigger chance".

    The Shaymen are currently sitting fourth in the Conference, while Phil Parkinson's men go into the tie on a five-match winless run in the league.

    "In terms of finances it's a massive gulf," Aspin told BBC Radio Leeds. "Their top earner earns more than our squad put together."

  179. Post update

    Blyth Spartans v Altrincham (14:00 GMT)

    FA Cup
  180. Post update

    Braintree v Chesterfield (14:00 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live's Jonathan Legard

    Groundsman Bob was @braintreetownfc at 0630 to prepare the pitch after 12 hours' relentless rain

    Braintree groundsman
  181. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    FC Halifax Teamsheet

    FC Halifax's Teamsheet for the West Yorkshire derby is in...

  182. LINE-UPS

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    FC Halifax name an unchanged side to the one that drew 0-0 with Wrexham last Saturday.

    But Jamie Jackson and Josh Wilson are dropped from the bench as seven subs for the league becomes five subs for the FA Cup.

    Bantams boss Phil Parkinson makes two enforced changes to his side, with Ben Williams coming in between the sticks and Jason Kennedy replacing James Hanson up front.

    Andy Halliday and Jon Stead both keep their places after being given permission by their parent clubs to play in the tie.

    FC Halifax Town: Glennon, Roberts, Ainge, Williams, Roberts, Pearson, Maynard, McManus, Marshall, Peniket, Boden. Substitutes: Senior, Bolton, Smith, Dyer, Schofield.

    Bradford City: Williams, Darby, Meredith, Davies, Sheehan, Knott, Yeates, Stead, Kennedy, Morais, Halliday. Substitutes: Urwin, Dolan, Clarke, Routis, McBurnie, McArdle.

  183. Bradford's cup exploits

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    Swansea beat Bradford in the 2013 Capital One cup final

    Bradford have enjoyed recent cup success, famously reaching the 2013 League Cup final against Swansea, despite being in League Two at the time.

    They saw off Premier League sides Wigan, Arsenal and Aston Villa on their way to Wembley - before getting rather emphatically trounced 5-0 by the Swans.

    For the record, the Bantams have actually won the FA Cup once too, back in 1911. They managed to squeeze past Newcastle 1-0 in a replayed final after the original match ended 0-0. Sounds like a thriller.

  184. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    Gosport Borough v Colchester United (14:00 GMT)

    Matt Underwood: On the Gosport ferry en route to @GosportBoroFC for some FA Cup magic.

  185. Pick your favourite FA Cup goal

    Over the last few weeks we've been asking you to select your favourite goals from our list of 50 iconic FA Cup strikes. The following ones came out on top, and we are now pitting them against each other to determine which one you think is the best.

    Steven Gerrard v West Ham, 2006

    Michael Owen v Arsenal, 2001

    Norman Whiteside v Everton, 1985

    Xabi Alonso v Luton, 2006

    Dennis Bergkamp v Sunderland, 1997

    Ryan Giggs v Arsenal, 1999

    Have your say by voting at the top of this page. The vote will close at 13:30 GMT. Terms and conditions can be found here.

  186. Post update

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    Howard Brown

    Perhaps not a town steeped in any great footballing tradition, if you type Halifax into Google you're more likely to find a picture of this guy than anything to do with the football team.

    The Shaymen have produced one memorable FA Cup shock though, beating then First Division side Manchester City at the first-round stage in 1980.

  187. Two great West Yorkshire rivals?

    FC Halifax Town v Bradford City (12:00 GMT)

    Neil Aspin and Phil Parkinson

    Today's early kick-off sees Conference high-flyers FC Halifax Town play host to Bradford City.

    But, although just 10 miles separate The Shay and Valley Parade, meaning that Halifax are indeed the League One side's nearest neighbours in the top five divisions, these two sides don't exactly lock horns often these days.

    The teams haven't crossed paths in a competitive fixture since 1998, when Bradford were 5-2 winners over two legs in the League Cup. That's actually their only meeting since the early 80s, when the two clubs were in the old English Division Four together.

    They have never faced one another in the FA Cup.

  188. Get involved at #bbcfacup

    Blyth Spartans v Altrincham (14:00 GMT)

    Blyth Spartans dressing room

    Blyth Spartans: The kits are out and ready for the players #getcarriedaway #howayblyth #bbcfacup

  189. FA Cup feast on the BBC

    Anyhow, that's quite enough about Friday and Saturday, it's time to turn our attentions to this afternoon's action - all of which you can follow right here on the BBC Sport website.

    Once our early game is done and dusted, you'll be able to keep across all nine 14:00 GMT kick-offs, plus the tie between Notts County and Accrington which starts an hour later, via a special FA Cup edition of Final Score from 13:55 GMT on BBC One.

    You'll get to see all the goals from this afternoon's FA Cup ties too - they will appear in the highlights tab at the top of this page within minutes of going in - and there is a full highlights programme on BBC Two starting at 18:30 GMT.

  190. The best of the rest

    Jay Emmanuel Thomas

    Swindon Town have been going great guns under Mark Cooper recently, but there was no sign of them carrying their league form into the Cup.

    Byron Harrison scored a hat-trick as fourth-tier Cheltenham produced a brilliant performance to win 5-0 at Whaddon Road, although the visitors did have to play with 10 men for 69 minutes after Nathan Thompson's red card.

    Meanwhile, Cambridge also upset the odds to win at home to Fleetwood, and League One leaders Bristol City remain the highest-ranked team in the competition, overcoming Gillingham thanks in part to this thing of beauty from Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.

    Contender for goal of the round? You can let us know what you think, on Twitter using #bbcfacup and by text via 81111. We've even done the hard work for you by putting together a collection of our favourites.

  191. Saturday's shocks

    Bad weather may have denied Weston-super-Mare and Concord Rangers the opportunity to cause further upsets on Saturday, but in their absence Chester and Dover did non-league football proud.

    Craig Mahon's second-half strike gave Conference side Chester a 2-1 victory at Phil Brown's Southend, while Morecambe were humbled at Dover thanks to Stefan Payne's goal on the stroke of half-time.

    We almost had a shock on our hands at the JD Stadium too, but Hemel Hempstead Town of Conference South were eventually edged out by a couple of late goals from League Two high-flyers Bury.

  192. The magic of the FA Cup

    Craig Robinson

    The oldest association football competition in the world returned to the BBC in style on Friday night, with Northern Premier Division One club Warrington Town, in the first round proper for the first time in their history, hosting Exeter City of League Two.

    The match, live on BBC Two, didn't disappoint. Defender and plasterer Craig Robinson headed the home side into a seventh-minute lead and, somehow, they survived a second-half Grecians onslaught to book their spot in the second round.

  193. Post update

    We've got 11 cracking FA Cup ties to bring you this afternoon, starting with a rather juicy West Yorkshire derby to get our teeth into at 12:00 GMT.

    With 13 non-league sides, including the second-lowest-ranked club to remain in the competition, and four former Cup winners all in action during the next five hours or so, I have a feeling we could be in for a busy one.

    But before we get stuck into all of that, here's a little look back at what you might've missed already...

  194. Post update

    Twenty-six ties down, 14 to go. So far in the FA Cup this weekend, it's rained goals...

    Hemel Hempstead

    It's rained upsets...

    Warrington celebrate beating Exeter

    And, well, it's just rained...

    Dan Walker

    More of the same today? We've got our fingers crossed for the first two. Welcome to our coverage of Sunday's action.