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Ray Simpson / 29th October 2020

Quakers FA Cup tie confirmed

Quakers FA Cup tie confirmed

Saturday date at the County ground

Quakers Emirates FA Cup first round tie at Swindon has been confirmed as Saturday 7th November, kick off 3pm.

Further arrangements regarding streaming will be announced in due course.

 

The list of TV picks is as follows:

FRIDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2020
Harrogate Town v Skelmersdale United (19:45 KO) - Live on BT Sport 1
 
SATURDAY 7 NOVEMBER 2020
Tonbridge Angels v Bradford City (12:30 KO) – Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Ipswich Town v Portsmouth (15:00 KO) - Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
FC United of Manchester v Doncaster Rovers (17:30 KO) – Live on BBC Two 
 
SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER 2020
Maldon & Tiptree v Morecambe (12:45 KO) - Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Oldham Athletic (12:45 KO) - Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Eastbourne Borough v Blackpool  (14:30 KO) -  Live on BT Sport 1
 
MONDAY 9 NOVEMBER 2020
Oxford City v Northampton Town (19.45 KO) – Live on BT Sport 1
 
The Emirates FA Cup First Round Proper fixtures listed below have been selected for live single-camera broadcast on BBC digital platforms. The FA live broadcast fee for these fixtures is £12,500 per club.
 
SATURDAY 7 NOVEMBER 2020
Colchester United v Marine (15:00 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
Banbury United v Canvey Island (15:00 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
 
SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER 2020
Eastleigh v Milton Keynes Dons (12:45 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
Barnet v Burton Albion (12:45 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
Wigan Athletic v Chorley (12:45 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
Torquay United v Crawley Town (12:45 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
Hayes & Yeading United v Carlisle United (12:45 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
Havant & Waterlooville v Cray Valley (12:45 KO) – Live on BBC digital platforms
 
Winning clubs in the Emirates FA Cup First Round Proper will receive £16,972 from The FA prize fund, with losing clubs receiving £5,657.