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Michael Emons

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  1. Thank you and goodbye

    That seems as good a place as any to say goodbye. Thanks for all your pictures and comments. Hope you enjoyed it. Stay across the BBC Sport website for clips from Altrincham v Chester on Sunday and don't forget to join us for the first round proper draw on Monday.

    Until next time, bye for now.

    FA Cup trophy
  2. Post update

    Salford City 1-0 Southport

    Phil Neville, one of the Manchester United players that co-own Salford City, will be an eager spectator for Monday's FA Cup first round proper draw, which takes place on Monday, live on BBC Two from 19:00 GMT.

  3. Today's shocks

    So these are the shocks we have seen today. Step 5 is the National League. (Step one is the Premier League, two Championship, three League One and four League Two).

    (Step 6) AFC FYLDE 1-0 Barrow (step 5)

    (Step 6) BASINGSTOKE TOWN 3-0 Torquay United (step 5)

    (Step 8) DIDCOT TOWN 4-2 Brentwood Town (step 7)

    (Step 5) Gateshead 1-2 WORCESTER CITY (step 6)

    (Step 6) MAIDENHEAD 3-0 Woking (step 5)

    (Step 7) SALFORD CITY 1-0 Southport (step 5)

    (Step 7) STAINES TOWN 2-1 Gloucester City (step 6)

    (Step 7) STOURBRIDGE 3-0 Kidderminster (step 5)

    (Step 5) Wrexham 0-1 GAINSBOROUGH TRINITY (step 6)

  4. 'We were soldiers'

    Wrexham 0-1 Gainsborough Trinity

    Speaking of Gainsborough Trinity, their boss Steve Housham has just been talking to BBC Radio Lincolnshire after their win over Wrexham.

    Housham says: "They put us under the cosh and they're a good side - they are a division above us. We were soldiers out there. We worked our socks off and I'm proud of every single one of them."

  5. 'Absolutely buzzing'

    Wrexham 0-1 Gainsborough Trinity

  6. 'Singing in the rain'

    Maidenhead 3-0 Woking

    Woking had caused numerous shocks in the past, including a 4-2 win over West Brom in 1991. But not this year.

    Maidenhead of the National League South have turned them over by a 3-0 margin. Woking, 16th in the National League, will have to watch the rest of the competition on the television.

  7. Manchester legends are happy

    Salford City 1-0 Southport

    Paul Scholes (in the middle, obviously) has every reason to smile as the Salford City team that he and four other former Manchester United players co-own are into the first round proper for the first time after a 1-0 win over National League side Southport.

  8. Glassboys shatter Kidderminster dreams

    Stourbridge 3-0 Kidderminster

    Kidderminster are bottom of the National League, and now they have been dumped out of the FA Cup. They are two divisions above Stourbridge, but the lower-ranked team walk away with a 3-0 win.

  9. Tell me more

    So let's look in a bit more detail at the shocks and big stories.

  10. FULL-TIME - Results part two

    Barwell 2-2 AFC Rushden and Diamonds, Boreham Wood 2-1 AFC Hornchurch, Braintree 2-0 Harlow, Chesham United 2-1 Enfield Town, Chippenham 0-2 Maidstone, Eastbourne 1-2 Dover, Gateshead 1-2 Worcester, Harrogate 1-4 Grimsby, Havant and Waterlooville 3-3 Cheltenham, Macclesfield 3-2 Alfreton, Salford 1-0 Southport, Sporting Khalsa 1-3 FC United of Manchester, Staines 2-1 Gloucester, Stalybridge 1-1 North Ferriby, Stourbridge 3-0 Kidderminster, Tranmere 0-0 Lincoln, Wealdstone 2-1 Bognor Regis, Whitehawk 2-0 Poole.

  11. FULL-TIME - Results part one

    AFC Fylde 1-0 Barrow, Aldershot 1-0 Sutton, Altrincham 1-0 Chester, Basingstoke 3-0 Torquay, Brackley Town 3-0 Bamber Bridge, Bromley 1-2 Eastleigh, Didcot 4-2 Brentwood, Halifax 2-2 Guiseley, Maidenhead 3-0 Woking, St Albans 2-1 Weston-Super-Mare, Wrexham 0-1 Gainsborough Trinity.

  12. Shock in Wales

    Result: Wrexham 0-1 Gainsborough

    We best not say much then.

  13. Great second half

    Result: Halifax 2-2 Guiseley

  14. Brentwood's dreams are dying

    Latest: Didcot 4-2 Brentwood Town

    It has all gone wrong for Brentwood Town. They were 2-0 up, now they are 4-2 down.

  15. Two penalties taken. Two penalties missed

    Latest: Wealdstone 2-1 Bognor Regis

    Bognor Regis's Jason Prior has had better days. Twice he has taken a penalty today. Twice he has failed to score. Bognor have just pulled one back, but still trail 2-1.

  16. It's the hope that kills you

    Latest: Sporting Khalsa 1-3 FC United of Manchester

    Craig Lindfield adds a third for FC United of Manchester. The dream looks over for Sporting Khalsa

  17. Hope for Khalsa

    Latest: Sporting Khalsa 1-2 FC United of Manchester

    Hope for the home fans at ninth tier Sporting Khalsa.

    Sporting Khalsa
  18. Game of the day?

    Havant and Waterlooville 3-3 Cheltenham

    Sensational stuff at Havant and Waterlooville, who were 3-1 down after 72 minutes, but four minutes later were back level against Cheltenham.

  19. Happy times for the 'Class of 92'

    Latest: Salford City 1-0 Southport

    It could be history in the making at Salford, who are co-owned by five Manchester United players - Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Ryan Giggs - are leading against a Southport side two divisions above them.

  20. Drama at Altrincham

    Latest: Altrincham 1-0 Chester

    This is how Chester FC's Twitter feed saw the incident.

  21. Dancing into the next round

    Latest: Wealdstone 2-0 Bognor Regis

    Wealdstone fan 'Gibbo' has filmed footage of the players dancing as they celebrate taking the lead against Bognor Regis Town. The lads have some moves. But wait a minute, the ball is in the net again. 2-0. A decent crowd is in as well, 847.

  22. Shock at Maidenhead

    Latest: Maidenhead 3-0 Woking

  23. Goal! Bundle!

    Latest: Barwell 1-1 Rushden and Diamonds

    This might be my favourite tweet of the afternoon so far.

    When you score a great goal or an important one you just have to celebrate with everyone jumping on the goalscorer. 

    Great scenes.

  24. Unhappy in Oslo

    Latest: St Albans City 1-1 Weston-Super-Mare

    The Norwegian branch of the St Albans supporters club aren't going to be too happy. St Albans have just conceded an equaliser against fellow National League South side Weston-Super-Mare

    St albans
  25. And so do Altrincham

    Altrincham 1-0 Chester

  26. Hawks lead

    Latest: Whitehawk 1-0 Poole Town

  27. Another money-earner coming up?

    Wrexham 0-0 Gainsborough Trinity

    The game is worth £20,000 to Gainsborough Trinity. They may well be doing it all again very soon. Goalless in north Wales.

  28. Record-breaking game at Sporting Khalsa

    Sporting Khalsa 0-2 FC United of Manchester

    Sporting Khalsa normally get crowds of 50 and before this season have never had an attendance of more than 100.

    Their previous highest attendance was the 750 that watched their last match against Spalding, but today there are 2,252 at the Aspray Arena.

    The home fans will be hoping to see something special though in the second half as the team are 2-0 down against FC United of Manchester.

    Sporting Khalsa
  29. Desperate times for Torquay

    Latest: Basingstoke Town 2-0 Torquay United

  30. Half-time round-up

    Other teams that are winning that were not mentioned in the last entry: Brackley Town, Braintree Town, Eastleigh, Chesham United, Maidstone United, Worcester City, Cheltenham Town, Maidenhead United, St Albans, Staines and North Ferriby United.

    All of these teams are 1-0 up in their respective matches.


    Selected half-time scores

    Basingstoke Town 2-0 Torquay United

    Didcot 2-2 Brentwood Town

    FC Halifax Town 2-0 Guiseley

    Macclesfield Town 3-1 Alfreton

    Sporting Khalsa 0-2 FC United of Manchester

    Stourbridge 2-0 Kidderminster Harriers.

    The top and bottom ones are looking like the big shocks of the day. Basingstoke are one tier below Torquay, while Stourbridge are two divisions lower than Kidderminster Harriers.

  32. A cracking match

    Latest: Didcot 2-2 Brentwood Town

    It looks like I went early by saying the Brentwood town players would be out celebrating tonight. They were 2-0 up, now we are level again.

  33. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Latest: Whitehawk 0-0 Poole Town

    Not the best selfie I've ever seen if I'm honest. But you gave it a go. Thanks for trying.

  34. Where's the sun?

    Latest: Boreham Wood 0-0 AFC Hornchurch

    It doesn't look too bright at Boreham Wood either. But plenty of encouragement for AFC Hornchurch, who have kept it goalless for the first 40 minutes against a side three divisions above them.

  35. The view from the terrace

    Altrincham 0-0 Chester

    Still goalless in our featured game at Altrincham.

    The storm clouds seem to be over the whole country at the moment. Is anyone watching in any sunshine?

  36. Khalsa behind

    Sporting Khalsa 0-1 FC United of Manchester

    There has been a lot of talk about Sporting Khalsa this week - including a feature on this website.

    They are the lowest ranked team remaining in the competition and it is a case of so far, so good in their match with FC United of Manchester.

    Well, as I was writing that they have just gone behind. (Text) commentator's curse. Sorry. The visitors lead.

  37. The World Cup meets the FA Cup

    Latest: Gateshead 0-1 Worcester City

    How many players in FA Cup action today have played in a World Cup? Er, I don't know the answer but it can't be many.

    What I do know is that one of them, Deon Burton, has just scored for Worcester City.

    Burton won 56 caps for Jamaica and played in their three games in the 1998 World Cup, including a game against Argentina. He's still got it at the age of 38.

    Argentina v Jamaica
    Image caption: It has been Argentina in the past, but today Deon Burton is up against Gateshead
  38. All action

    Latest: Maidenhead United 1-0 Woking

    It is all action at Maidenhead. It might not be the biggest shock if it stays this way, but it will be a shock nevertheless.

  39. Shock on the cards?

    Stourbridge 2-0 Kidderminster Harriers

  40. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Latest: Macclesfield 2-0 Alfreton

    Paul Millward sent us this before kick-off. Only three on the bench? They might not even need them. After 20 minutes, Macclesfield are 2-0 up.

    Paul then posted this tweet.

  41. Brentwood the new reality stars?

    Didcot Town 0-2 Brentwood Town

    Earlier, we mentioned Brentwood, the setting of the Only Way Is Essex 'reality' television programme.

    Well, Brentwood Town must feel like they are in dreamland. They are already 2-0 up in their away tie at Didcot Town.

    There's going to be a crazy night ahead at the Sugar Hut tonight. Maybe.

  42. Scenes at Salford

    Salford City v Southport

    Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville has just tweeted a picture of the crowd at Salford City, well, he is one of the club's co-owners.

    This was the scene just before kick-off.

    I'm guessing it isn't like this every week.

  43. Support from Wolves

    Sporting Khalsa v FC United of Manchester

    They may well be the lowest-ranked team left in the FA Cup, but Sporting Khalsa have already had a week to remember after training at Championship club Wolves's training ground.

    Wolves wrote on Twitter: "Absolute pleasure to welcome Sporting Khalsa to Compton Park. Good luck lads! Magic of the FA Cup."   

    Sporting Khalsa
    Sporting Khalsa
  44. Here we go

    We are under way in the 30 3pm kick-offs. We will try to bring you the best breaking stories as they are happening and the colour and passion that makes the FA Cup so special.

    Don't forget, we still want your pictures so keep sending them to us using #mobileMOTD

  45. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Chippenham v Maidstone

  46. Another rabona today, Sean?

    Gateshead v Worcester City

    We mentioned Worcester's win over Coventry last season earlier on and the man who scored both goals in that win, Sean Geddes, starts for Worcester in their game at Gateshead.

    The home team will have to watch out for Geddes. He became an internet sensation last season when he scored a 'rabona' lob that would not have looked out of place in the Champions League.

    You know, a rabona right? Well, Geddes wrapped his right foot around the back of his left leg to chip the keeper from the edge of the penalty area. The sort of skill that mere mortals would try. And you would end up falling over and looking pretty silly.

    Watch this goal, and go 'wow'.

    Sean Geddes
  47. A smashing day for the Glassboys

    Stourbridge v Kidderminster Harriers

    No matter what level you play for, a derby against your near rivals is always going to be feisty. So it is a huge day for Northern Premier League side Stourbridge, who entertain National League opponents Kidderminster Harriers today.

    Glassboys boss Gary Hackett said the home draw, against a side only eight miles away, was the "perfect scenario".

    The players have been loving the build-up, especially when the FA Cup arrived at their ground on Thursday. Defender Stuart Pierpoint was one of a few to get their hands on the trophy.

  48. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Didcot Town v Brentwood Town

    Culture minister Ed Vaizey will be cheering on Didcot Town today.

  49. Beasant is in

    Chesham United v Enfield Town

    Some great team news coming from Chesham, who include Nick Beasant, the son of FA Cup winner Dave Beasant, in their side to face Enfield Town.

    Nick will be wearing the number eight shirt, suggesting he will be playing in a central midfield role.

    He has a long way to go to match the FA Cup achievements of his dad. Dave became the first goalkeeper to save an FA Cup final penalty as Wimbledon beat Liverpool 1-0 at Wembley in 1988.

    Dave Beasant
  50. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Aldershot v Sutton United

  51. Diamonds keen shining

    Barwell v AFC Rushden and Diamonds

    There can be nothing more heartbreaking for a football fan than to see the club you love go out of business.

    But that's what happened to Rushden and Diamonds in 2011. The team, who had got as high as the third tier in English football, folded because of financial problems.

    The fans of the club helped set up a phoenix side, AFC Rushden and Diamonds, and now they face the biggest game since their rebirth. They travel to Barwell of the Northern Premier League, dreaming of a victory and a match against Football League opposition.

    AFC Rushden and Diamonds
  52. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Altrincham v Chester

    Nick Bright

    If you squint your eyes a bit, spin round in circles a dozen times and have been drinking then you might just say Nick has a bit of an Alexis Sanchez look to him.

    Alexis Sanchez

    OK, maybe not.

  53. 'A win is worth £20,000'

    Wrexham v Gainsborough Trinity

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire have just spoken to Gainsborough Trinity chairman Richard Kane, who says a win at National League Wrexham would be worth £20,000 to his side.

    Gainsborough Trinity
  54. 'Pandemonium at the Ricoh'

    Gateshead v Worcester City

    If any non-league fans are sceptical of what their side can achieve in the FA Cup, then all they have to do is look at Worcester City.

    The side, who play in the National League North, stunned former winners Coventry City away from home in the first round last year, before losing to Scunthorpe 14-13 on penalties in round two.

    Worcester will be hoping for another lengthy run this year, but again start as underdogs away at Gateshead.

    Relive Worcester's win over Coventry by watching the highlights here.

  55. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Chippenham Town v Maidstone United

  56. It is all about the fans

    Chesham v Enfield Town

    Isthmian League side Enfield Town, formed in June 2001, have a unique place in non-league football history, as they became the first wholly supporter-owned and run club in the country. Will those fans be celebrating a win today?

    The Towners are in excellent recent form and are unbeaten in their last 11 matches in all competitions. Victory over Southern Premier Division side Chesham would see Town claim an additional £12,500 in prize money to go with the £15,000 they have already earned from their cup run.   

    Chesham's best FA Cup run came in 1979-80 when, as an Isthmian League Division One club, the side went from the first qualifying round to the third round proper, eventually losing to Cambridge United. 

    Chesham FC supporters watch their team in action at The Meadow ground
  57. FULL-TIME - Margate 1-2 Forest Green

    No shock at Margate

    There is no cup upset down by the seaside. National League leaders Forest Green advance with a 2-1 win over Margate.

    The hosts hit the crossbar late in the second half but the dream is over for another year. But Forest Green live to fight another day.

  58. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Altrincham v chester

    These are the characters who will help bring you coverage of Altrincham v Chester on Final Score from 16:00 BST.

    If you see them roaming about at Moss Lane then please be kind to them. They are not as scary as they look. Honest.

  59. Punk football

    Sporting Khalsa v FC United of Manchester

    Few clubs today will have a larger travelling support than National League North side FC United of Manchester.

    The club, formed 10 years ago by fans disillusioned by the Glazer family's involvement at Manchester United, will be cheered by on by more than 1,000 fans at Sporting Khalsa today.

    Read our feature on FC United of Manchester and their version of 'punk football'.

    FC United of Manchester
  60. Salford aim for upset, it's no yoke

    Salford City v Southport

    Salford City joint manager Anthony Johnson will be hoping his side put in an egg-cellent performance in their home tie against Southport.

    He tweeted this earlier in the week.

    Image caption: A full English breakfast - the food of champions
  61. Show me the money

    The money from an FA Cup run might not make too much difference to teams like Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester City, but a good cup run can secure a non-league team's future for years to come.

    Winners at this stage receive £12,500, but just what is the maths behind a jackpot FA Cup run?

    Want to know more? Then our iWonder guide is the place to go. So what are you waiting for, check it out.

    Warrington Town
  62. Ahhh shut upppp!

    Didcot Town v Brentwood Town

    Brentwood. A town in Essex that has become famous, or maybe infamous, for being the setting of the fake-tan loving, nightclub going, emotional relationship-falling-apart 'stars' of reality television programme The Only Way Is Essex.

    But today the town's footballers could become stars (sort of) as they aim to reach the first round proper for the first time.

    Managed by former Wimbledon and Bolton striker Dean Holdsworth, Isthmian League Brentwood travel to face Didcot Town, who are one level below them in the non-league football pyramid and are the second-lowest ranked side left in the competition.

    The Only Way Is Essex
  63. Well, that didn't last long

    Margate 1-2 Forest Green Rovers

    Forest Green are back in front at Margate with a diving header from Curtis Guthrie. Margate were level for three minutes.

  64. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Whitehawk v Poole Town

    This could be a very lively bus later. Maybe.

  65. Home delight

    Margate 1-1 Forest Green Rovers


    The home fans are delighted as the away team's defence is carved open and a lofted finish from Luke Moore from the edge of the area brings Margate level. Twenty minutes left.

    Remember, Margate are a division below the National League leaders.

  66. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Altrincham v Chester

    BBC Radio 1 Xtra DJ Nick Bright is having a relaxing time at Altrincham so far if this picture is anything to go by.

    Nick will be speaking to the key people and a number of fans during Altrincham's match against Chester. Remember, some of that footage will be shown on Final Score from 16:00 BST on BBC One this afternoon.

  67. Fun and games at Tranmere

    Tranmere Rovers v Lincoln City

    Tranmere Rovers have reached the FA Cup quarter-finals three times since 2000, but recent seasons have been pretty miserable. Today they have to play their first match in an FA Cup qualifying round since 1924.

    But are they moping about feeling sorry for themselves? No way? It sounds like Prenton Park is going to be a very fun place to be today as they welcome fellow National League side Lincoln City.

  68. Devonshire is up for the cup

    Maidenhead United v Woking

    Alan Devonshire is certainly someone who knows about the romance of the FA Cup.

    He played in West Ham United's 1-0 win over Arsenal at Wembley in the 1980 FA Cup final.

    But it is York Road for him today, as he is the manager of Maidenhead United, who face Woking.

    Alan Devonshire
  69. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Stourbridge v Kidderminster Harriers

    The BBC WM van looks a bit close to the pitch for my liking. They will be hoping no wayward free-kicks wipe out the satellite dish.

  70. Remember 1989, lads

    Aldershot v Sutton United

    It remains one of the biggest shocks in FA Cup history.

    Non-league Sutton United knocked out top-flight side Coventry City 2-1 in the third round of the 1989 competition as 8,000 people squeezed into Sutton's Borough Sports Ground home.

    Sutton are on the road today though. And again it will be a shock if they win, albeit not as big as 26 years ago, when they face Aldershot.

    Sutton United
  71. Like a carpet

    Boreham Wood v AFC Hornchurch

    This was the scene at Boreham Wood yesterday evening as they prepare for the visit of Essex side AFC Hornchurch.

    There are three divisions between the sides, but Boreham Wood are struggling in the National League, while Hornchurch are third in Division One North of the Isthmian League. Will this be the setting for a cup shock? Stay with us and we will find out.

  72. Here we go again

    Margate 0-1 Forest Green Rovers

    We are back under way at Margate for the second half. The Kent side trail 1-0 to Forest Green Rovers courtesy of Keanu Marsh-Brown's goal at the end of the first half.

  73. So close

    Havant and Waterlooville v Cheltenham

    It was nearly the FA Cup shock to beat all FA Cup shocks. Mighty Liverpool fell behind at home to Blue Square South Havant and Waterlooville, not once, but twice, at Anfield during their fourth-round tie in 2008.

    Havant led until the 44th minute, before losing 5-2.

    The Hawks are hoping for another magic moment today when they face a Cheltenham side second in the National League. 

    Havant and Waterlooville
  74. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Braintree Town v Harlow Town

    I have to admit this Mr Pooch, I'm a little bit scared.

  75. Getting pumped up for the game

    Chippenham Town v Maidstone United

    Some good work to highlight from the media team at Chippenham Town. They have produced a BBC-style montage with a dramatic musical soundtrack showing some of the club's best goals and celebrations.

    The Southern League side say they are ready. They will need to be against a Maidstone side a division above them.

    The montage is well worth a watch.

    Chippenham Town
    Chippenham Town
  76. The non-league Arsene Wenger

    Wealdstone v Bognor Regis Town

    Think Arsene Wenger has been in the manager's job at Arsenal for a long time?

    Well, he's got nothing on Wealdstone's Gordon Bartlett, who has been in charge of the National League South club since June 1995, one year and two months before Wenger took over at the Gunners.

    Bartlett is aiming to reach the first round proper for only the second time at Wealdstone as they entertain Bognor Regis Town. Will the Stones be rolling into the next round?

    Gordon Bartlett
  77. Get involved #mobile MOTD

    Altrincham v Chester

    We are filming the action from Altrincham, including behind-the-scenes footage ranging from the dressing room to the stands.

    Some of the footage will be broadcast later on today on Final Score, which is on BBC One from 16:00 BST.

  78. There's only two Alex Fergusons

    Chippenham Town v Maidstone United

    Football fans can be a cruel bunch. So you have to have some sympathy for Alex Ferguson. Not that one. The Chippenham Town midfielder of course.

    "Whenever my name is read out over the speakers before a game I think 'here we go' because it always provokes a reaction from opposition fans.

    "Sometimes it's good but there's always a few jeers too."

    Read more on the other Alex Ferguson here.

    Alex Ferguson
  79. Update from Margate

    Margate 0-1 Forest Green Rovers

    We have our first goal of the day. And it is a goal for National League leaders Forest Green Rovers, with the goal coming from Keanu Marsh-Brown.

  80. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Sporting Khalsa v FC United of Manchester

    It is not the biggest dressing room ever, but this could be the scene later for some incredible celebrations if Sporting Khalsa move into the first round proper.

    Sporting Khalsa

    That is a lot of curry!

  81. You can't shoot from there

    Wealdstone v Bognor Regis Town

    We've all played with those people who shoot wherever they get the ball. They think they are David Beckham. And it goes out for a throw-in.

    Well, not for Wealdstone midfielder Scott Davies, who scored from 70 yards out in his side's 5-1 win at Brockenhurst in the last round.

    His side face Bognor Regis, whose keeper might be getting twitchy if Davies gets the ball today.

    Watch the goal with our video here. Seen it before? Then watch it again.

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  83. 'What a weekend'

    Salford City v Southport

    And speaking of Salford City, co-owner Gary Neville, you may have heard of him, tweeted this yesterday.

  84. From Old Trafford to Moor Lane

    Salford City v Southport

    Salford City

    Manchester United players are used to competing in the late rounds of the FA Cup, but five members of 'The Class of 92' will be very interested in the events at Moor Lane.

    Phil Neville, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes are owners of Northern Premier League side Salford City, whose team will be aiming to shock a Southport side two divisions above them.

    Nicky Butt said: “Gary and Ryan first came up with the idea on the train, one thing led to another and we found ourselves as owners of a football club. We want to take Salford City FC as high as we can and who knows where we can go?”

    The story is included in a two-part documentary called Class of '92: Out of Their League, with the first episode on BBC One at 21:00 BST on Thursday, 30 October.

  85. Enjoy!

    AFC Fylde v Barrow

    It is one of those rites of passage I'm sure we can all remember. Going to your first away game.

    Have fun young man!

  86. Meanwhile, down by the seaside...

    Margate 0-0 Forest Green Rovers

    Don't worry, we haven't forgot about the early kick-off. It is still 0-0 after 15 mins at Margate against the non-league powerhouses (well, maybe) of Forest Green.

    As soon as there are any goals from Hartsdown Park then we will let you know.

  87. Stop Berger, Nedved and Poborsky

    Brackley Town v Bamber Bridge

    Hear the one about the non-league team that played one of the best nations in Europe?

    It sounds like the start of a rubbish joke, but Bamber Bridge, them of the Northern League Division One North, still remember the day Patrik Berger, Pavel Nedved and Karel Poborsky came to town back in 1996.

    The Czech Republic side, who went on to reach the final of Euro 1996, wanted to get some match sharpness.

    The game was broadcast live on television in the Czech Republic, who won 9-1. Read Gary Rose's feature on how the match came about here.

    Patrik Berger
  88. Didcot lose 14-0, but win on Twitter

    Didcot Town v Brentwood Town

    How do you cope when your side loses 14-0? Laugh or cry?

    Well the social media team at Didcot Town had Twitter talking with their hilarious updates as their side narrowly lost to Championship outfit MK Dons in a County Cup tie recently.

    These tweets came when they were 14-0 down...


    Olympic long jump gold medallist Greg Rutherford was among those laughing along by writing...

    Hopefully for Didcot they will be able to tweet more favourable scores today in their home game against Brentwood Town.

  89. Get involved on the Match of the Day Facebook page

    Dan Bell: The FA Cup is definitely at its best before the third round, clubs put their heart and soul into it just to be in that third Round draw, much better than watching Premier League sides field their reserves in front of an empty stadium.

    Post your thoughts on the FA Cup on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

  90. Dreaming big

    AFC Fylde v Barrow

    Former England international Trevor Sinclair has nailed his colours to the AFC Fylde mast. The National League North side will be aiming to cause a shock against a Barrow side that play one division above them.

    Any mention of Trevor Sinclair in an FA Cup live text means we just have to show THAT bicycle kick for QPR against Barnsley in the fourth round in 1997.

    If you haven't seen the footage, then click on this link and enjoy.

    Trevor Sinclair
  91. Listen live

    Don't miss any of the action

    Our local radio teams up and down the country will be providing live commentary on 18 of the 30 matches today.

    To listen, hit the live coverage tab at the top of this page, choose your match, sit back and enjoy. Or shout at the radio wildly if your team are taking a beating.

    Live coverage
  92. From the Premier League to Harlow Town

    Braintree Town v Harlow Town

    There aren't many former internationals that have played in the Premier League and are now playing in the eighth tier of English football.

    But 34-year-old Senegal international Ibrahima Sonko, who played in the top-flight for Reading, Stoke and Hull, is now strutting his stuff at Isthmian League Division One North side Harlow Town.

    They make the short distance to face fellow Essex side Braintree Town, a team three divisions above them. Not only is it a local derby, but Braintree boss Danny Cowley spent six years as a player with the Hawks to add a bit more spice to the occasion. 

    Ibrahima Sonko
    Image caption: Ibrahima Sonko won't have to deal with Wayne Rooney today at Braintree
  93. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Margate v Forest Green (12:30 BST)

    Remember, Margate v Forest Green is the first game of the day, starting at 12:30 BST.

  94. Who will your team face?

    The draw is on Monday

    The Emirates FA Cup first-round draw takes place on Monday, 26 October and will be shown live on BBC Two, 5 live Sport and on the BBC Sport website at 19:00 GMT.

    Just like last season, the FA Cup draw will travel around the country, with Monday's first-round draw taking place live from Thackley Juniors Football Club in Bradford.  

    Draw picture
  95. Northwich and Chorley in the draw, after a draw

    Northwich Victoria 0-0 Chorley

    There is already one side from the eighth tier of English football guaranteed to be in Monday's draw for the first round proper.

    Northwich Victoria, from Division One North of the Northern League, held Chorley to a goalless draw in the only match on Friday.

    Northwich still have a long way to go to beat their best FA Cup run though, as they reached the quarter-finals way back in 1884. What a story that would be if they could repeat it. First up, they must get through a replay against their National League North opponents.

    Image caption: Here's the front page of the matchday programme
  96. Marvellous Margate

    Margate v Forest Green (12:30 BST)

    Good stuff lads. If you're about to watch some FA Cup action, then why not don a crazy blue wig to do so.

    Keep the pictures coming in. Use #mobileMOTD

  97. The remarkable tale of Sporting Khalsa

    Sporting Khalsa v FC United of Manchester

    The magic of the FA Cup reaches far and wide.

    Former Netherlands and Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot, who played in the London club's victory over Aston Villa at Wembley in the 2000 final, loves the story of Sporting Khalsa, the lowest ranked side in the FA Cup. He tweeted this:

    The Sporting Khalsa story is a remarkable tale. So why not read Simon Stone's feature on the West Midlands club, who normally only attract 50 fans to their games.

  98. Where are the shocks coming from?

    Lowest ranked sides in the FA Cup

    If we are to see any shocks today then these are the teams to look out for. These are the lowest ranked sides left in the competition.

    Ninth tier of English football: Sporting Khalsa (Midland Premier Division).

    Eighth tier: AFC Hornchurch and Harlow Town (Isthmian League Division One North).

    AFC Rushden and Diamonds (Southern League Division One Central)

    Didcot Town (Southern League Division One South and West)

    Bamber Bridge (Northern League Division One North - Northwich Victoria played yesterday).

  99. Get involved #mobileMOTD

    Margate v Forest Green (12:30 BST)

    We have an early kick-off with Margate taking on the toughest side they could be facing at this stage, National League leaders Forest Green.

    Remember we want your pictures from today's games. Remember to use the hashtag #mobileMOTD.

  100. Who's playing?

    Today's FA Cup fourth qualifying round fixtures

  101. Get involved #Mobile MOTD

    Send us your FA Cup pictures

    MOTD presenter

    The BBC’s FA Cup coverage is starting earlier than ever this weekend – and we want fans to be right at the heart of the action.

    Fans can get involved in the coverage by sharing their matchday pictures from around the grounds on social media using #MobileMOTD.

    On Sunday fans will get a behind-the-scenes look at the Altrincham v Chester match in our new feature, Mobile Match of the Day.

    Filmed using only a mobile phone and presented by Radio 1Xtra’s Nick Bright, Mobile Match of the Day will give a unique insight into the dressing rooms, the match action and the fans’ stories.

    Going to an FA Cup match today? Get involved with the BBC Sport website coverage and send us your matchday pictures using #MobileMOTD

  102. It is going to be fun

    Hello, how are you? I'm Michael Emons and welcome to BBC Sport's live text commentary of the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.

    We are one round away from those League One and League Two sides entering so nerves are going to be frayed, dreams will be crushed for some, but still burning brightly for others.

    It is going to be fun, it is going to be lively and we want you to play a massive part in our coverage.

  103. Ninety minutes of dreaming

    Ninety minutes. That is all that separates non-league teams from a dream FA Cup tie against Football League sides.

    This is the day hundreds of amateur footballers have been waiting for. This is a day for butchers, dentists, bakers, teachers and lorry drivers to make a name for themselves.

    Who can make themselves an FA Cup hero today?

    The FA Cup trophy
  104. Post update

    Commentaries available on this page: (scroll through the live coverage tab to select your game)

    All matches kick-off at 15:00 BST unless stated

    Margate v Forest Green Rovers - BBC Radio Gloucestershire - kick-off 12:30 BST

    Faversham Town v Guernsey FC - BBC Radio Guernsey - kick-off 14:00 BST

    Aldershot Town v Sutton United - BBC Radio Surrey

    Basingstoke Town v Torquay United - BBC Radio Devon

    Brackley Town v Bamber Bridge - BBC Radio Oxford

    Braintree Town v Harlow Town - BBC Essex

    Bromley v Eastleigh - BBC Radio Solent

    Didcot Town v Brentwood Town - BBC Radio Oxford

    Eastbourne Borough v Dover Athletic - BBC Radio Kent

    Fylde v Barrow - BBC Radio Cumbria

    Gateshead v Worcester City - BBC Hereford and Worcester and BBC Newcastle

    Halifax v Guiseley - BBC Radio Leeds

    Harrogate Town v Grimsby Town - BBC Radio York and BBC Radio Humberside

    Havant and Waterlooville v Cheltenham Town - BBC Radio Gloucestershire

    Maidenhead United v Woking - BBC Radio Surrey

    Staines Town v Gloucester City - BBC Radio Gloucestershire

    Stourbridge v Kidderminster Harriers - BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Telford United v Boston United - BBC Radio Shropshire

    Tranmere Rovers v Lincoln City - BBC Radio Merseyside and BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    Wrexham v Gainsborough Trinity - BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Lincolnshire