Find out who drew who as the fixtures for the early rounds of the Buildbase FA Vase are revealed

PUBLISHED: 15:40 06 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:42 06 July 2018

South Shields celebrate winning the Buildbase FA Vase Final in 2017. Picture: Simon Cooper/PA

South Shields celebrate winning the Buildbase FA Vase Final in 2017. Picture: Simon Cooper/PA

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The draw for the early rounds of the Buildbase FA Vase has been made.

Stotfold, Baldock Town, Langford and London Colney all start at home in the first qualifying round while Biggleswade United and Hatfield Town are on the road.

The winners will then join up with Colney Heath, Codicote, Potton United and Arlesey Town who have all received byes to the second qualifying round.

The first round qualifying games take place on September 1 while the second qualifying round comes two weeks later.

Harpenden Town come in at the first round proper while Biggleswade FC are exempt until the round after.

THE BUILDBASE FA VASE

FIRST ROUND QUALIFYING

100 Stotfold v Wadham Lodge

103 Wormley Rovers v Biggleswade United

108 Baldock Town v Long Melford

112 Langford v Tower Hamlets

115 London Colney v Cockfosters

116 Whitton United v Hatfield Town

THE BUILDBASE FA VASE

SECOND ROUND QUALIFYING

89 London Lions v Wormley Rovers or Biggleswade United

90 Colney Heath v Langford or Tower Hamlets

92 Haverhill Borough v Whitton United or Hatfield Town

95 London Colney or Cockfosters v FC Broxbourne Borough

98 Baldock Town or Long Melford v Stanway Rovers or White Ensign

99 Codicote v Holland or Cornard United
110 Potton United v Rothwell Corinthians or CB Hounslow United

113 Arlesey Town v Irchester United

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