The eight Sussex sides left in the FA Cup found out their opponents in the second qualifying round after the draw was made this afternoon.

But only two sides will be at home and both have National League South opposition.

Burgess Hill will host Dorking Wanders at Leylands Park.

Meanwhile Chichester, who had a great run in the competition in the 2019/20 season reaching the second round, will host Maidstone United at Oaklands Park.

Eastbourne Borough who were one of the 21 sides in the Vanarama National League South to enter the competition at this stage will travel to Hanwell Town.

Whitehawk will also be on the road as they travel to National League South side Slough Town.

Hastings are the other side definitely in the second qualifying round and they will be away at either Broadfields United or South Park.

There are also three sides who will have to win their replays to secure their place in the second qualifying round tomorrow night with only two of them at most getting through.

Horsham who drew 1-1 at fellow Sussex side Haywards Heath on Saturday, will host them in their reply tomorrow night (7:45pm kick off).

The winner will face either Oxhey Jets or Kingstonian in the next round.

Worthing who drew 1-1 at home to Corinthian Casuals will travel to the United Business Group Stadium in their reply tomorrow night (7:45pm kick off), with the winner travelling to either Whitstable or Leatherhead in the next round.

The ties will take place over the weekend of Saturday, September 18.

Winning clubs will receive £3375 from the FA's prize fund, while losing clubs will get £1125.

FA Cup second qualifying round ties:

Burgess Hill v Dorking, Chichester v Maidstone, Hanwell Town v Eastbourne, Slough v Whitehawk, Broadfields United or South Park v Hastings, Oxhey Jets or Kingstonian v Horsham or Haywards Heath, Whitstable or Leatherhead v Cortinthian Casuals or Worthing.