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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Four Of Clubs » 29 Sep 2020 23:53

Royals and Racers Getting ridiculous now, games played at home by National league North and South teams who come in this round have to be played behind closed doors, while if they are away fans will be in attendance. :evil:


...bit of clarification - from the FA (if that's not a contradiction etc etc)

https://www.thefa.com/news/2020/sep/29/statement-emirates-fa-cup-spectators-290920

...so essentially non-STEP02 clubs drawn at home to 'Elite' (STEP02) clubs can only admit their own fans (and neutrals. :? )
I can anticipate most ties of this nature will be going advanced ticket sales only, with a cap on attendance.

Looking at a couple of other ties, lower level clubs are making their ties all ticket/advanced sales only - regardless of the 'Elite' or otherwise status of the opposition.

Corinthian Casuals (STEP03) subsequent announcement re their upcoming tie with Dulwich (STEP02) pretty much nails it:

http://www.corinthian-casuals.com/news/corinthian-casuals-vs-dulwich-hamlet-statement

I'll try and unpick all of this for the usual preview on the NL thread later in the week.

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Old Man Andrews » 30 Sep 2020 07:14

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Royals and Racers Getting ridiculous now, games played at home by National league North and South teams who come in this round have to be played behind closed doors, while if they are away fans will be in attendance. :evil:


...bit of clarification - from the FA (if that's not a contradiction etc etc)

https://www.thefa.com/news/2020/sep/29/statement-emirates-fa-cup-spectators-290920

...so essentially non-STEP02 clubs drawn at home to 'Elite' (STEP02) clubs can only admit their own fans (and neutrals. :? )
I can anticipate most ties of this nature will be going advanced ticket sales only, with a cap on attendance.

Looking at a couple of other ties, lower level clubs are making their ties all ticket/advanced sales only - regardless of the 'Elite' or otherwise status of the opposition.

Corinthian Casuals (STEP03) subsequent announcement re their upcoming tie with Dulwich (STEP02) pretty much nails it:

http://www.corinthian-casuals.com/news/corinthian-casuals-vs-dulwich-hamlet-statement

I'll try and unpick all of this for the usual preview on the NL thread later in the week.

Fcuking hell I think my head just exploded trying to understand all of this.

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Stranded » 30 Sep 2020 07:52

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Royals and Racers Getting ridiculous now, games played at home by National league North and South teams who come in this round have to be played behind closed doors, while if they are away fans will be in attendance. :evil:


...bit of clarification - from the FA (if that's not a contradiction etc etc)

https://www.thefa.com/news/2020/sep/29/statement-emirates-fa-cup-spectators-290920

...so essentially non-STEP02 clubs drawn at home to 'Elite' (STEP02) clubs can only admit their own fans (and neutrals. :? )
I can anticipate most ties of this nature will be going advanced ticket sales only, with a cap on attendance.

Looking at a couple of other ties, lower level clubs are making their ties all ticket/advanced sales only - regardless of the 'Elite' or otherwise status of the opposition.

Corinthian Casuals (STEP03) subsequent announcement re their upcoming tie with Dulwich (STEP02) pretty much nails it:

http://www.corinthian-casuals.com/news/corinthian-casuals-vs-dulwich-hamlet-statement

I'll try and unpick all of this for the usual preview on the NL thread later in the week.

Fcuking hell I think my head just exploded trying to understand all of this.


It's a stupid side product of allowing people to attend football games at a certain level but not others. If it is safe for 350 people to attend a game at a 2000 capacity stadium such as the Casuals ground then how is it not safe for 3500 to attend in a 20k stadium? Yes transport is an issue but not insurmountable.

The only logic to this is to stop people travelling up and down the country unnecessarily.

Crazy though that if the Casuals make it to the first round and draw Sunderland, if Sunderland are at home then no-one can see the game but if the Casuals are 350 (or whatever the limit is) home fans will - based on current rules.

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Stranded » 01 Oct 2020 10:47

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Royals and Racers Getting ridiculous now, games played at home by National league North and South teams who come in this round have to be played behind closed doors, while if they are away fans will be in attendance. :evil:


...bit of clarification - from the FA (if that's not a contradiction etc etc)

https://www.thefa.com/news/2020/sep/29/statement-emirates-fa-cup-spectators-290920

...so essentially non-STEP02 clubs drawn at home to 'Elite' (STEP02) clubs can only admit their own fans (and neutrals. :? )
I can anticipate most ties of this nature will be going advanced ticket sales only, with a cap on attendance.

Looking at a couple of other ties, lower level clubs are making their ties all ticket/advanced sales only - regardless of the 'Elite' or otherwise status of the opposition.

Corinthian Casuals (STEP03) subsequent announcement re their upcoming tie with Dulwich (STEP02) pretty much nails it:

http://www.corinthian-casuals.com/news/corinthian-casuals-vs-dulwich-hamlet-statement

I'll try and unpick all of this for the usual preview on the NL thread later in the week.

Fcuking hell I think my head just exploded trying to understand all of this.


Here's a fun one to blow your mind. Lewes play at a non-elite level so are currently allowed to have 450 fans present for their games to ensure social distancing etc.

Lewes Women play at the same ground, attract about the same number of fans but as they play in the Women's Championship they are classed as elite and fans are not allowed to watch them.

Same ground, same game, same number of fans possible but due to an arbitary decision, if it is the women playing no-one is allowed to watch.

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Old Man Andrews » 01 Oct 2020 10:53

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...bit of clarification - from the FA (if that's not a contradiction etc etc)

https://www.thefa.com/news/2020/sep/29/statement-emirates-fa-cup-spectators-290920

...so essentially non-STEP02 clubs drawn at home to 'Elite' (STEP02) clubs can only admit their own fans (and neutrals. :? )
I can anticipate most ties of this nature will be going advanced ticket sales only, with a cap on attendance.

Looking at a couple of other ties, lower level clubs are making their ties all ticket/advanced sales only - regardless of the 'Elite' or otherwise status of the opposition.

Corinthian Casuals (STEP03) subsequent announcement re their upcoming tie with Dulwich (STEP02) pretty much nails it:

http://www.corinthian-casuals.com/news/corinthian-casuals-vs-dulwich-hamlet-statement

I'll try and unpick all of this for the usual preview on the NL thread later in the week.

Fcuking hell I think my head just exploded trying to understand all of this.


Here's a fun one to blow your mind. Lewes play at a non-elite level so are currently allowed to have 450 fans present for their games to ensure social distancing etc.

Lewes Women play at the same ground, attract about the same number of fans but as they play in the Women's Championship they are classed as elite and fans are not allowed to watch them.

Same ground, same game, same number of fans possible but due to an arbitary decision, if it is the women playing no-one is allowed to watch.

Madness.

The simple option is that grounds who can offer socially distanced spectating and also provide the necessary level of hand sanatiser, cleaning and COVID stewards to ensure the rules are being adhered to should be allowed to operate with spectators in the ground with a limited capacity. It is really basic and simple stuff that the government have royally fcuked up.


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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Sutekh » 05 Oct 2020 20:38

3rd Round Qualifying

Bristol Manor Farm v Cray Wanderers
Chichester City v Tonbridge Angels
Cray Valley v Aveley
Eastbourne Borough v Sheppey
Ebbsfleet United v Chippenham Town
Havant & Waterlooville v Chatham
Wimborne Town v Maidstone
Southport v South Shields
Longridge Town v Skelmersdale United
Chester v Spennymoor Town
Marske United v Blyth Spartans
Farsley Celtic v AFC Fylde
Darlington v Tadcaster Albion
Marine v Nantwich Town
Chorley v York City, Guiseley v Matlock Town
FC United of Manchester v Alfreton Town
St Albans v Mickleover, Braintree Town v Maldon & Tiptree
Ilkeston Town v Alvechurch
Bishop's Stortford v Royston Town
Stafford Rangers v Hereford
Peterborough Sports v Banbury United
Leiston v AFC Telford United
Brackley Town v Kettering Town
Cambridge City v Halesowen Town
Oxford City v Tamworth
Bury Town v Nuneaton Borough
Boston United v Hemel Hempstead
Haringey Borough v Bracknell Town
Bedfont Sports Club v Canvey Island
Hartley Wintney v Barking
Hayes & Yeading v Chipstead
Slough Town v Bath City
Taunton Town v Truro City
Christchurch v Dulwich Hamlet
Sholing v Walton Casuals
Weston Super Mare v Larkhall Athletic
Hampton & Richmond v Hornchurch
Burnham or Whyteleafe v Concord Rangers

Ties to be played 12/13/14 October

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Four Of Clubs » 05 Oct 2020 22:31

Result from tonight Mon 5th : postponed on Sat and switched to Whyteleafe

Burnham 1-3 Whyteleafe


....oh and tie 40 was 'missed off' above. ..... :mrgreen: 8)

Chipp'num Town v Ebbsfleet

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Sutekh » 15 Oct 2020 13:49

And the draw for the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round is

Northern Section

Chester (NLN) v Marine (NPL1NW)
AFC Fylde (NL) v Altrincham (NL)
Stockport County (NL) v Chesterfield (NL)
King's Lynn Town (NL) v Notts County (NL)
Brackley Town (NLN) v Marske United (NPL1NW)
FC United of Manchester (NPLP) v Guiseley (NLN)
Ilkeston Town (NPL1SE) v Hartlepool Utd (NL)
South Shields (NPLP) v FC Halifax Town (NL)
Banbury Utd (SLPC) v Bury Town (ILN)
Solihull Moors (NL) v Wrexham (NL)
Darlington (NLN) v Cambridge City (ILN)
Stafford Rangers (NPLP) v Skelmersdale United (NWCLP)

The bye went to Chorley (NLN)

Southern Section

Concord Rangers (NLS) v Chippenham Town (NLS)
Bishop's Stortford (ILP) v St Albans City (NLS)
Yeovil Town (NL) v Dover Athletic (NL)
Boreham Wood (NL) v Wimborne Town (SLPS)
Bath City (NLS) v Havant & Waterlooville (NLS)
Sholing (SL1S) v Torquay Utd (NL)
Eastleigh (NL) v Weston-super-Mare (SLPS)
Eastbourne Borough (NLS) v Dulwich Hamlet (NLS)
Weymouth (NL) v Oxford City (NLS)
Leiston (SLPC) v Barnet (NL)
Dagenham & Redbridge (NL) v Hartley Wintney (SLPS)
Maldon & Tiptree (ILN) v Haringey Borough (ILP)
Aldershot Town (NL) v Woking (NL)
Hemel Hempstead Town (NLS) v Hampton & Richmond Borough (NLS)
Tonbridge Angels (NLS) v Taunton Town (SLPS)
Sutton Utd (NL) v Bromley (NL)
Wealdstone (NL) v Hayes & Yeading Utd (SLPS)
Canvey Island (ILN) v Cray Wanderers (ILP)
Maidenhead Utd (NL) v Cray Valley Paper Mills (ILSE)

Ties to be played on weekend of 24/25 October

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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Old Man Andrews » 15 Oct 2020 14:07

Sutekh And the draw for the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round is

Northern Section

Chester (NLN) v Marine (NPL1NW)
AFC Fylde (NL) v Altrincham (NL)
Stockport County (NL) v Chesterfield (NL)
King's Lynn Town (NL) v Notts County (NL)
Brackley Town (NLN) v Marske United (NPL1NW)
FC United of Manchester (NPLP) v Guiseley (NLN)
Ilkeston Town (NPL1SE) v Hartlepool Utd (NL)
South Shields (NPLP) v FC Halifax Town (NL)
Banbury Utd (SLPC) v Bury Town (ILN)
Solihull Moors (NL) v Wrexham (NL)
Darlington (NLN) v Cambridge City (ILN)
Stafford Rangers (NPLP) v Skelmersdale United (NWCLP)

The bye went to Chorley (NLN)

Southern Section

Concord Rangers (NLS) v Chippenham Town (NLS)
Bishop's Stortford (ILP) v St Albans City (NLS)
Yeovil Town (NL) v Dover Athletic (NL)
Boreham Wood (NL) v Wimborne Town (SLPS)
Bath City (NLS) v Havant & Waterlooville (NLS)
Sholing (SL1S) v Torquay Utd (NL)
Eastleigh (NL) v Weston-super-Mare (SLPS)
Eastbourne Borough (NLS) v Dulwich Hamlet (NLS)
Weymouth (NL) v Oxford City (NLS)
Leiston (SLPC) v Barnet (NL)
Dagenham & Redbridge (NL) v Hartley Wintney (SLPS)
Maldon & Tiptree (ILN) v Haringey Borough (ILP)
Aldershot Town (NL) v Woking (NL)
Hemel Hempstead Town (NLS) v Hampton & Richmond Borough (NLS)
Tonbridge Angels (NLS) v Taunton Town (SLPS)
Sutton Utd (NL) v Bromley (NL)
Wealdstone (NL) v Hayes & Yeading Utd (SLPS)
Canvey Island (ILN) v Cray Wanderers (ILP)
Maidenhead Utd (NL) v Cray Valley Paper Mills (ILSE)

Ties to be played on weekend of 24/25 October

Great draw for Hartley Wintney.


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Re: FA Cup 2021

by Simmops » 15 Oct 2020 15:44

Sutekh And the draw for the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round is

Northern Section

Chester (NLN) v Marine (NPL1NW)
AFC Fylde (NL) v Altrincham (NL)
Stockport County (NL) v Chesterfield (NL)
King's Lynn Town (NL) v Notts County (NL)
Brackley Town (NLN) v Marske United (NPL1NW)
FC United of Manchester (NPLP) v Guiseley (NLN)
Ilkeston Town (NPL1SE) v Hartlepool Utd (NL)
South Shields (NPLP) v FC Halifax Town (NL)
Banbury Utd (SLPC) v Bury Town (ILN)
Solihull Moors (NL) v Wrexham (NL)
Darlington (NLN) v Cambridge City (ILN)
Stafford Rangers (NPLP) v Skelmersdale United (NWCLP)

The bye went to Chorley (NLN)

Southern Section

Concord Rangers (NLS) v Chippenham Town (NLS)
Bishop's Stortford (ILP) v St Albans City (NLS)
Yeovil Town (NL) v Dover Athletic (NL)
Boreham Wood (NL) v Wimborne Town (SLPS)
Bath City (NLS) v Havant & Waterlooville (NLS)
Sholing (SL1S) v Torquay Utd (NL)
Eastleigh (NL) v Weston-super-Mare (SLPS)
Eastbourne Borough (NLS) v Dulwich Hamlet (NLS)
Weymouth (NL) v Oxford City (NLS)
Leiston (SLPC) v Barnet (NL)
Dagenham & Redbridge (NL) v Hartley Wintney (SLPS)
Maldon & Tiptree (ILN) v Haringey Borough (ILP)
Aldershot Town (NL) v Woking (NL)
Hemel Hempstead Town (NLS) v Hampton & Richmond Borough (NLS)
Tonbridge Angels (NLS) v Taunton Town (SLPS)
Sutton Utd (NL) v Bromley (NL)
Wealdstone (NL) v Hayes & Yeading Utd (SLPS)
Canvey Island (ILN) v Cray Wanderers (ILP)
Maidenhead Utd (NL) v Cray Valley Paper Mills (ILSE)

Ties to be played on weekend of 24/25 October


Cray Valley paper Mills have a certain Kevin lisbie playing for them.

Also got a player called Jack Sammoutis who plays for a Sunday league team I follow called SE Don's. Very very good team, won the Kent Cup and almost the London Cup last season and full of semi pro players. Have a YouTube channel so check it out.

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