FA Cup R2: Chorley meets first division leaders Peterborough


National League North's Chorley will travel to Premier League leaders Peterborough in the second round of the FA Cup.

Chorley – one of 14 non-league teams left in this season competition – beat Wigan on Saturday to face Darren Ferguson's soaring side in the third round.

King & # 39; s Lynn Town of the National League secured a spot in the second round for the first time in their short history at the weekend with a 1-0 win over League Two club Port Vale. They were rewarded with a trip to the 2008 winner, Portsmouth.

Canvey Island – the lowest ranked team left – will host Boreham Wood, while Salford City will travel to the other League Two club and current league leaders Newport County.

Barnets Wesley Fonguck celebrates his goal against Burton in the first round of the FA Cup

The eighth division navy welcomes Havant & Waterlooville after beating League Two club Colchester on penalties, and National League club Barnet, which played fourth round last season, is called League One club MK Dons in West London welcome.

Draw for the second round of the FA Cup

  1. Stevenage versus Hull City
  2. Harrogate Town versus Blackpool
  3. Tranmere Rovers versus Brackley Town
  4. Barrow or AFC Wimbledon versus Crawley Town
  5. Stockport County versus Yeovil Town
  6. Plymouth Argyle versus Lincoln City
  7. Portsmouth versus King & # 39; s Lynn Town
  8. Cheltenham Town versus Crewe Alexandra
  9. Peterborough United versus Chorley
  10. Morecambe versus Solihull Moors
  11. Shrewsbury Town versus Oxford City or Northampton Town
  12. Mansfield Town versus Dagenham & Redbridge
  13. Newport County versus Salford City
  14. Navy versus Havant & Waterlooville
  15. Gillingham versus Exeter City
  16. Canvey Island versus Boreham Wood
  17. Carlisle United versus Doncaster Rovers
  18. Barnet versus MK Dons
  19. Bristol Rovers versus Darlington
  20. Bradford City versus Oldham Athletic

The second round will take place on the weekend of November 27th to 30th.

FA Cup dates

The full schedule for this season's FA Cup has been confirmed. The final is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 15, 2021.

Reps have been dropped – for this season only – to ease pressure on the football schedule.

November 28th: Second round
January 9, 2021: Third round
January 23, 2021: Fourth round
February 10, 2021: Fifth round
March 20, 2021: Quarter finals
April 17, 2021: Semifinals
May 15, 2021: final


Steven Gregory