FA Cup 3rd round draw date, time, TV channel, live stream, ball numbers and venue

ONE of the most eagerly awaited days of the football year has arrived as the FA Cup third round is drawn.

44 Premier League and Championship teams enter the competition while lower league and non-league clubs will hope for a plum tie against the likes of holders Chelsea or Premier League champs Man City.

FA Cup 3rd round draw date, time, TV channel, live stream, ball numbers and venueAFP or licensors1 Chelsea lifted the FA Cup last year after a 1-0 win over Manchester United
When is the FA Cup 3rd round draw?

The FA Cup 3rd round draw will be held on Monday, December 3.

It will take place between 7.30pm and 8pm.

What TV channel is the FA Cup 3rd round draw on and can I live stream it?

The FA Cup 3rd round draw will be live on BBC One.

You can live stream it on the BBC iPlayer.

Coverage will commence at 7.30pm.

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Who will make the FA Cup 3rd round draw?

The FA Cup draw will be performed by two former winners – Paul Ince and Ruud Gullit.

Ince won the competition as a player twice with Manchester United – once in 1990 and once in 1994.

Gullit was successful as a manager, lifting the 1997 trophy after Roberto Di Matteo inspired his Chelsea side to a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough.

Ball numbers

1 AFC BOURNEMOUTH

2 ARSENAL

3 ASTON VILLA

4 BIRMINGHAM CITY

5 BLACKBURN ROVERS

6 BOLTON WANDERERS

7 BRENTFORD

8 BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION

9 BRISTOL CITY

10 BURNLEY

11 CARDIFF CITY

12 CHELSEA

13 CRYSTAL PALACE

14 DERBY COUNTY

15 EVERTON

16 FULHAM

17 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN

18 HULL CITY

19 IPSWICH TOWN

20 LEEDS UNITED

21 LEICESTER CITY

22 LIVERPOOL

23 MANCHESTER CITY

24 MANCHESTER UNITED

25 MIDDLESBROUGH

26 MILLWALL

27 NEWCASTLE UNITED

28 NORWICH CITY

29 NOTTINGHAM FOREST

30 PRESTON NORTH END

31 QUEENS PARK RANGERS

32 READING

33 ROTHERHAM UNITED

34 SHEFFIELD UNITED

35 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

36 SOUTHAMPTON

37 STOKE CITY

38 SWANSEA CITY

39 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

40 WATFORD

41 WEST BROMWICH ALBION

42 WEST HAM UNITED

43 WIGAN ATHLETIC

44 WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

45 GUISELEY OR FLEETWOOD TOWN

46 LUTON TOWN

47 WREXHAM OR NEWPORT COUNTY

48 TRANMERE ROVERS OR SOUTHPORT

49 BARNSLEY

50 SHREWSBURY TOWN

51 SOLIHULL MOORS OR BLACKPOOL

52 GRIMSBY TOWN

53 PETERBOROUGH UNITED OR BRADFORD CITY

54 WOKING

55 OLDHAM ATHLETIC

56 LINCOLN CITY

57 AFC WIMBLEDON

58 OXFORD UNITED

59 BARNET

60 PORTSMOUTH

61 WALSALL OR SUNDERLAND

62 ACCRINGTON STANLEY

63 DONCASTER ROVERS

64 GILLINGHAM

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