CHAIRMAN Steve Boyle said Ipswich Wanderers are ‘over the moon’ to be in the 2020-21 Emirates FA Cup.
The Thurlow Nunn League Division One North club have been accepted into the competition for the forthcoming season.
The Humber Doucy Lane outfit, who last played in the FA Cup two years ago, have missed out on several occasions in recent seasons.
Boyle said: “As a club we’re over the moon to receive the news that we’ve made the hat for the FA Cup after missing out in recent seasons.
“The last few years have been tough for the club, but we now feel we’re back on track, and competing in the FA Cup this year will give everyone involved at the club a massive lift.
“The FA Cup remains an important lifeblood for non-league clubs, especially this season when revenue streams have been hit. Now hopefully for an attractive home draw!”
Wanderers, along with other Suffolk clubs at Step 5 and 6 of the National League System, will be involved in the Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round on Tuesday, September 1st.
Ipswich Wanderers (blue shirts) are pictured above in action versus Old Newton United (yellow shirts) in their CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup Quarter-Final tie at Humber Doucy Lane back in February. Wanderers won 1-0 to reach the semi-finals.
The FA have released entries, qualifying round dates and the prize fund for the Emirates FA Cup along with the entries and dates for the FA Youth Cup in addition to the entries, round dates and prize fund for both the Buildbase FA Trophy and Buildbase FA Vase. All this information is contained in the documents below.