Sheffield United have drawn Oxford United at home in the in the first round of the FA Cup
That means the visitor’s manager Chris Wilder will face the club where his career started as a player.
Sheffield Wednesday, meanwhile, will play Morecambe away.
Blue Square North side FC Halifax Town against League One leaders Charlton Athletic, the highest-ranked team in the competition at present.
Halifax - formed after Halifax Town AFC went out of business in 2008 - play in the sixth-tier of English football .
Seventh-tier outfit Nantwich Town, who face a trip to MK Dons.
Full list of fixtures (alphabetical by home team)
Alfreton Town or Lincoln City v Carlisle United
Barrow v Rotherham United
AFC Bournemouth v Gillingham
Bradford City v Rochdale
Brentford v Basingstoke Town
Bristol Rovers v Kidderminster Harriers or Corby Town
Bury v Crawley Town
Cambridge United v Wrexham
Chelmsford City or Gloucester City v AFC Telford United
Chesterfield v Torquay United
Crewe Alexandra v Colchester United
Dagenham & Redbridge v Bath City
Darlington or Hinckley v Tamworth
Droylsden or Blyth Spartans v Gateshead
East Thurrock United v Macclesfield Town
Exeter City v Walsall
FC Halifax Town v Charlton Athletic
Hartlepool United v Stevenage
Hereford United v Yeovil Town
Leyton Orient v Bromley
Luton Town v Northampton Town
Maidenhead United v Aldershot Town
Mansfield Town or Fleetwood Town v Wycombe Wanderers
MK Dons v Nantwich Town
Morecambe v Sheffield Wednesday
Newport County v Shrewsbury Town
Notts County v Accrington Stanley
Oldham Athletic v Burton Albion
Plymouth Argyle v Stourbridge
Preston North End v Southend United
Port Vale v Grimsby Town
Redbridge v Oxford City
Salisbury City v Arlesey Town
Sheffield United v Oxford United
Southport v Barnet
Sutton United or Leatherhead v Kettering Town
Swindon Town v Huddersfield Town
AFC Totton v Bradford (Park Avenue)
Tranmere Rovers v Cheltenham Town
AFC Wimbledon v Scunthorpe United.
All ties to be played weekend beginning November 12.