Vitality #WomensFACup: 1st Round Qualifying ties

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The Vitality Women’s FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round takes place on Sunday 4 October with 98 teams looking to progress to the next stage.

Winning clubs at this stage will also receive £400 from the competition prize fund while the losing teams will pick up £100.


Penrith v South Shields
FC United of Manchester v Wakefield Trinity
Fleetwood Town Wrens v AFC Darwen
Brighouse Sports v Blyth Town
Hull United v Sunderland West End
Farsley Celtic Juniors v Warrington Wolves
Morecambe v Workington Reds
Blackburn Community SC v Alnwick Town
Wallsend BC v York City
Spennymoor Town v Wythenshawe Amateurs
Redcar Town v Ossett United
Ripon City v Merseyrail
Sutton Coldfield Town v Lincoln United
Worcester City v Droitwich Spa (11 October)
Lincoln Moorlands Railway v Beaumont Park
Oadby & Wigston v Rise Park
Crusaders v Cookley Sports
Tamworth v Dronfield Town
Leicester City Ladies v Grimsby Town
Sheffield Wednesday v Northwich Vixens
Crewe Alexandra v Coventry Sphinx
Knowle v Stourbridge
Redditch United v Sherwood
Netherton United v Leigh Ramblers
Northampton Town v St Ives Town
Bowers & Pitsea v Harlow Town (3pm)
Royston Town v Brett Vale
Peterborough Northern Star v Southend United
Luton Town v Wroxham
AFC Sudbury v Newmarket Town
Dartford v Winchester City Flyers (2.30pm)
Ascot United v Denham United
Moneyfields v AFC Bournemouth
Lancing v Dulwich Hamlet
Watford Development v Ashford Ladies
Eastbourne Town v Tilehurst Panthers
Badshot Lea v Saltdean United
Comets v Wycombe Wanderers
Worthing  v Sutton United WFC
Woking v Abingdon United
Regents Park Rangers v New London Lionesses
Dorking Wanderers v Ashford Town (Middx) (3.30pm)
Fulham v Woodley United
Callington Town v Ilminster Town
Bristol Rovers v AEK-Boco
Torquay United v Portishead Town
Sherborne Town v Oldland Abbotonians
Marine Academy Plymouth v Helston Athletic
Middlezoy Rovers v AFC Stoneham

Check clubs’ social media channels for spectator access, while details of venues can be found here.

FA Women’s National League fixtures for Sunday 4 October

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