FA Youth Cup Third Round Draw

The FA Youth Cup third round draw was made at Wembley on Friday afternoon, as clubs from the Premier League and Championship join the competition.

Holders Chelsea will face a tough start to this season’s Youth Cup campaign as they have been drawn away to Manchester United.

Last season’s runners-up Arsenal will kick-off their challenge at home to either Northampton Town or Swindon Town.

Should Cray Wanderers make it past Porstmouth then they will have the honour of facing a Liverpool side at Anfield.

And Manchester City will face non-League opposition in the shape of a trip to either Clevedon Town or Sutton United.

Third round ties must be played by Saturday 15 December 2018.

1 Sheffield Wednesday v Stoke City
2 Blackburn Rovers v Cheltenham Town or Gillingham
3 Everton v Sunderland or Oldham Athletic
4 Burnley v Oxford United or Barnet
5 Huddersfield Town v Peterborough United
6 Watford v Birmingham City
7 Preston North End v Charlton Athletic or Southend United
8 Leicester City v Fulham
9 Arsenal v Northampton Town or Swindon Town
10 Accrington Stanley or Notts County v Leeds United
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Wigan Athletic
12 Hull City v Cardiff City
13 Maidenhead United or Torquay United v Nottingham Forest
14 Middlesbrough v Sheffield United
15 Bristol City v Salford City or Crewe Alexandra
16 West Bromwich Albion v Lincoln City or South Shields
17 Liverpool v Cray Wanderers or Portsmouth
18 Manchester United v Chelsea
19 West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion
20 Southampton v Rotherham United
21 Aston Villa v Swansea City
22 Blackpool v Derby County
23 Ipswich Town v Wingate & Finchley or Andover Town
24 Bolton Wanderers v Newcastle United
25 AFC Bournemouth v Mansfield Town or Chester
26 Stevenage or Exeter City v Bury
27 Cogenhoe United or Coventry City v Crystal Palace
28 Millwall v Tottenham Hotspur
29 Port Vale or Sutton Coldfield Town v Norwich City
30 Clevedon Town or Sutton United v Manchester City
31 Queens Park Rangers v Rochdale or Milton Keynes Dons
32 Yeovil Town or Cambridge United v Reading

%d bloggers like this: