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2009–10 FA Cup Qualifying Rounds

2009-10 FA Cup Qualifying Rounds
Country England
Wales

The 2009–10 FA Cup Qualifying Rounds opened the 129th season of competition in England for 'The Football Association Challenge Cup' (FA Cup), the world's oldest association football single knockout competition. As in the previous year, 762 clubs were accepted for the competition.

The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down (Levels 5 through 10) in the English football pyramid meant that the competition started with six rounds of preliminary (2) and qualifying (4) knockouts for these non-League teams. The 32 winning teams from Fourth Round Qualifying progressed to the First Round Proper, where League teams tiered at Levels 3 and 4 entered the competition.

Calendar

The calendar for the 2009–10 FA Cup qualifying rounds, as announced by The FA

Round Start Date number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round Prize money Player of the Round
Extra Preliminary Round 15 August 2009 203 762 → 559 406: 357th–762nd £750 n/a
Preliminary Round 29 August 2009 167 559 → 392 131: 226th–356th £1,500 n/a
First Round Qualifying 12 September 2009 116 392 → 276 65: 161st–225th £3,000 Bobby Traynor (Kingstonian)
Second Round Qualifying 26 September 2009 80 276 → 196 44: 117th–160th £4,500 Mark Danks (Northwich Victoria)
Third Round Qualifying 10 October 2009 40 196 → 156 none £7,500 Adam Webster (Hinckley United)
Fourth Round Qualifying 24 October 2009 32 156 → 124 24: 93rd–116th £12,500 Danny Kedwell (AFC Wimbledon)

Extra Preliminary Round

The draw for the Extra Preliminary Round was announced on The FA's website on Tuesday, 1 July.

Matches in this round were played on the weekend around 15 August 2009, with replays were competed between 17 and 19 August 2009.

Ties

† – After extra time

Replays

† – After extra time

Preliminary Round

The draw for the Preliminary Round was announced on Tuesday, 1 July. Matches in this round were played on the weekend of 29 August 2009, with replays scheduled for no later than 3 September 2009.

Ties

Replays

† – After extra time

First Round Qualifying

The draw for the First Round Qualifying was announced on Tuesday, 1 July. Matches in this round were played on the weekend of 12 September 2009, with replays scheduled for no later than 17 September 2009.

As Newcastle Blue Star folded after the draw had been conducted, Ossett Albion were given a walkover to the Second Round Qualifying.

Bobby Traynor was voted 'Player of the Round' for his hattrick in Kingstonian's 4-1 win against Bognor Regis Town.

Ties

Replays

Second Round Qualifying

The draw for the Second Round Qualifying was announced on 14 September 2009. Matches in this round will be played on the weekend of 26 September 2009 with possible replays scheduled for no later than 30 September 2009.

Ties

Replays

Third Round Qualifying

The draw for the Third Round Qualifying was announced on 28 September 2009. Matches in this round will be played on the weekend of 10 October 2009.

Ties

Replays

Fourth Round Qualifying

The Conference National teams will enter at this stage, along with the winners from the third qualifying round. The draw was made on 12 October, and the ties will be played in the week beginning 24 October 2009.

Ties

Replays

2009-10 FA Cup

See 2009-10 FA Cup for details of the rounds from the First Round Proper onwards.

External links

  • Football Club History Database: FA Cup 2009-10
  • The FA Cup Archive

References

  1. ^ Merstham official page
  2. ^ Merstham official page
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