Two non-league football sides in Berkshire await their draw for the First Round Proper of the FA Cup.

The world's oldest football competition, Maidenhead United and Bracknell Town will find out their opponents at roughly 7pm tonight on BBC Two.

The Magpies, in the National League, enter at this stage however Bracknell Town of the Southern League Premier South, have had to get through four qualifying rounds.

Beating Banbury United on Saturday, what should have been a joyous, landmark occasion, was marred by racial abuse from a section of travelling supporters.

Qualifying for the first time in 20 years, the likes of Derby County, Wrexham and Chesterfield are among the possible draws for Jamie MClurg and Carl Withers' side.

In 2001, Bracknell lost 4-0 to fourth tier Lincoln City in Round One.

Number 67 for Alan Devonshire's fifth tier outfit and 74 for the Robins are the numbers to keep an eye for in tonight's draw.

A historic club, Maidenhead United reached the quarter-finals four times in the 1870s.

They exited in Round One last season, losing 7-4 to Halifax Town.

The first round proper will be held between Friday 5 and Monday, November 8, with winning clubs getting £22,629 from the competition prize fund.