Coalville Town land FA Cup fourth round qualifying draw at former Football League club as Ravens aim to pull off shock

By Graham Hill

3rd Oct 2022 | Local Sport


Coalville Town have been drawn away to Notts County in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.

The Ravens reached the next round of the competition last Saturday with a 3-0 win over Sudbury Town.

And their reward for that is a trip to Meadow Lane to play National League promotion challengers Notts, with the tie scheduled for the weekend of October 15.

The East Midlands derby is likely to attract a big away following for tie against a club who were once the oldest Football League team in the country.

Notts were relegated from League Two in 2019 and have been trying to battle their way back into the EFL ever since.

Currently, Notts lie second behind Wrexham in the National League - with Coalville sitting third in the Southern League Premier Central.

The club have announced travel details for the tie.

The coach will depart from outside the Health Centre on Memorial Square LE67 3DX at 12:00pm prompt on Saturday, October 15.


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