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FAI Cup 2021 First Round Draw – All Ties

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The first spherical draw for the FAI Cup has been made and consists of some thrilling ties to kick off this 12 months’s competitors.

The winners of the 2021 FAI Cup will earn qualification to the 2022-23 UEFA Europa Conference League.

Dundalk will make step one in direction of defending their trophy after beating Shamrock Rovers within the remaining final 12 months.

Holder’s Dundalk will journey to Market’s Field to tackle First Division high-flyers Treaty United.

Last 12 months’s runners-up, Stephen Bradley’s Shamrock Rovers, have First Division opposition as effectively, within the form of Galway United.

Sligo Rovers will host the 2017 FAI Cup Champions Cork City on the Showgrounds.

St. Patricks Athletic will go up towards Bray Wanderers within the first spherical for the second time in three seasons, with their final assembly within the competitors ending 2-1 in favour of the Inchicore-based aspect.

Ollie Horgan’s Finn Harps will journey to Limerick to face Fairview Rangers.

UCD and Shelbourne can be one of many ties to observe as two attacking philosophies will collide.

Four ties within the first spherical will see non-league sides go head-to-head towards one another – Crumlin United v St. Mochtas’, Killester Donnycarney v Usher Celtic, St. Kevin’s Boys v Kilnamanagh and Maynooth Uni’ Town v Malahide United.

Dates and kick-off instances can be confirmed sooner or later with all matches set to happen the week ending Sunday, July twenty fifth.

FAI Cup First Round Draw

Fairview Rangers v Finn Harps

Wexford v Cabinteely

Drogheda United v Derry City

Liffey Wanderers v Cobh Ramblers

UCD v Shelbourne

Crumlin United v St Mochtas

Killester Donneycarney v Usher Celtic

St Kevin’s Boys v Kilnamanagh

Sligo Rovers v Cork City

College Corinthians v Bohemians

Athlone Town v Waterford FC

Treaty United v Dundalk

Shamrock Rovers v Galway United

Maynooth v Malahide United

St Pat’s v Bray Wanderers

Bangor GGFC v Longford Town

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