Kings Langley, St Albans and Wealdstone can now prepare for the next round of The FA Cup following the third round qualifying draw this afternoon (September 23).
Announced live on talkSPORT 2, 40 teams were in the bag and were split into a northern and southern section.
Kings Langley have made club history following their 4-0 win over Folkstone Invicta as the progress into the third qualifying round for their first time in their history.
It’s also been a turbulent time following the resignation of manager Dean Barker.
They will play at home to Corinthian Casuals who beat Chelmsford 2-0 on the weekend (September 21).
Wealdstone put five goals past Farnborough to progress with ease into the next round. They face an away fixture to Bristol Manor Farm.
Struggling National League South side St Albans City have a second round qualifying replay versus Worthing tomorrow night (Tuesday 24). Their 2-1 lead was taken away from them in the 95th minute before settling for a draw.
The Saints will travel to Weymouth on October 5 if they can beat Worthing.
Third round qualifying ties will take place across the weekend of Saturday, October 5.
Winning clubs will collect £11,250 from the FA prize fund, while the losing clubs will walk away with £3,750.