Haringey Borough to host AFC Wimbledon as Met Police welcome Newport in FA Cup first round
- Haringey Borough reached the first round proper for the first time in their history
- Isthmian League Premier Division side beat Poole Town 2-1 at home on Saturday
- Met Police welcome Newport in their first opening round match in six years
Haringey Borough will host AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup first round.
Boro, who are 16th in the Isthmian League Premier Division, reached the first round proper for the first time in their history with a 2-1 win at home to Poole Town on Saturday.
Neal Ardley’s Dons are 21st in Sky Bet League One, four divisions higher than the Coles Park outfit.
Haringey Borough will host AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup first round next month
The Metropolitan Police welcome Sky Bet League Two side Newport after the draw was made on Monday.
Seventh tier Met Police, who play in the Southern League Premier Division South, beat Havant & Waterlooville 1-0 on Saturday to reach the first round for the first time in six years.
Sky Bet League One leaders Portsmouth, the 2008 winners, travel to the victor of Chippenham and Maidenhead, who face a replay on Tuesday.
Salford City will travel to Shrewsbury and Weston-super-Mare will take on either Harrogate or Wrexham.
Sunderland go to Port Vale for their first round one match in the competition for 30 years
Sunderland – in the first round for the first time in 30 years – go to Port Vale while Peterborough, second in Sky Bet League One, travel to Bromley, who are 15th in the National League.
Lincoln, 2017 quarter-finalists, welcome Northampton while Hampton & Richmond Borough host Oldham.
Morecambe host Warrington or Halifax and Barnsley play Notts County.
Tranmere, back in the EFL after winning promotion from the National League last season, host Hemel Hempstead or Oxford City
Victory in the first-round proper is worth £36,000 and the ties will be played over the weekend of November 9-12.
FIRST ROUND DRAW IN FULL
Haringey v AFC Wimbledon
Maidstone v Macclesfield
Ebbsfleet v Cheltenham
Hampton & Richmond v Oldham
Swindon v York
Mansfield v Charlton
Torquay v Woking
Scunthorpe v Burton
Port Vale v Sunderland
Aldershot v Bradford
Grimsby v MK Dons
Chorley v Doncaster
Alfreton v Fleetwood
Bromley v Peterborough
Southport v Boreham Wood or Dagenham & Redbridge
Plymouth v Stevenage
Chesterfield v Billericay or Taunton
Lincoln v Northampton
Barnet v Bristol Rovers
Yeovil v Stockport
Bury v Dover
Gillingham v Hartlepool
Oxford United v Forest Green
Tranmere v Hemel Hempsted or Oxford
Accrington v Colchester
Barnsley v Notts County
Shrewsbury v Salford
Met Police v Newport
Walsall v Coventry
Rochdale v Gateshead
Hitchin or Leatherhead v Solihull
Sutton v Slough
Guiseley v Cambridge
Exeter v Blackpool
Luton v Wycombe
Morecambe v Warrington or Halifax
Crewe v Carlisle
Southend v Crawley
Chippenham or Maidenhead v Portsmouth
Weston super Mare v Harrogate or Wrexham
Ties to be played November 9-12
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