FAI Cup Champions Cork City set to travel to Home Farm
Home Farm, who received a bye to the first round, will face John Caulfield's side as they begin the defence of their FAI Senior Cup and look to win the trophy in three consecutive seasons. The last club to achieve that feat was Shamrock Rovers in 1987.
SSE Airtricity League leaders Dundalk will host First Division side Cobh Ramblers at Oriel Park whilst Shamrock Rovers are set to travel to United Park to face Drogheda United. SSE Airtricity League Premier Division side Waterford will travel to Skerries Town with all fixtures set to be played on the week-ending August 12.
With cup sponsors, the Irish Daily Mail, set to award a €2000 prize fund to the last non-league club left in the competition, there was two all non-league ties with Dublin Bus set to host CIE Ranch and Leeds set to travel to Maynooth University Town.
The Irish Daily Mail are also doing a special FAI Senior Cup Final ticket give-away tomorrow (Thursday, July 5) where every reader of the paper can claim a FREE ticket for the final at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday, November 4.
Irish Daily Mail FAI Senior Cup - First Round Draw
Blarney United v Derry City
Bray Wanderers v Finn Harps
Cockhill Celtic v Limerick
Drogheda United v Shamrock Rovers
Dublin Bus v CIE Ranch
Dundalk v Cobh Ramblers
Home Farm v Cork City
Inchicore Athletic v St. Patrick's Athletic
Maynooth University Town v Leeds
Newmarket Celtic v Cabinteely
North End United v Galway United
Shelbourne v Athlone Town
Skerries Town v Waterford
Sligo Rovers v Longford Town
UCD v Pike Rovers
Wexford v Bohemians
All fixtures dates, kick-off times and venues set to be confirmed.