FA Cup third round draw: Chelsea host non-league Chesterfield while West Ham draw Leeds - full draw

High-flying West Ham United host Premier League rivals Leeds in an exciting third round draw.

Chelsea will host non-league Chesterfield at Stamford Bridge, while West Ham drew Leeds in an exciting FA Cup third round draw.

The third round marks the entrance of the Premier League and Championship clubs in the world’s oldest football competition.

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It gives lower league clubs the opportunity to spring an upset on Premier League giants.

And National League side Chesterfield got one of the biggest draws, travelling to Champions League winners Chelsea.

West Ham United are in one of several all Premier League clashes against Leeds United.

Arsenal - the most successful team in the history of the cup - will travel to the East Midlands to take on Nottingham Forest.

While AFC Wimbledon will host either St Albans City or Boreham Wood, with the non-league sides facing off tonight in the final second round match.

And Millwall will take on Crystal Palace at the Den in a south London derby.

Full FA Cup third round for London clubs

  • AFC Wimbledon v St Albans City/Boreham Wood
  • Stoke City v Leyton Orient
  • Chelsea v Chesterfield
  • Leicester City v Watford
  • Bristol City v Fulham
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Morecambe
  • Millwall v Crystal Palace
  • Port Vale v Brentford
  • West Ham United v Leeds United
  • Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham
  • Charlton Athletic v Norwich
  • Nottingham Forest v Arsenal

When is the FA Cup third round?

The third round will take place over the weekend of Friday 7 to Monday 10 January 2022.

TV matches will be announced after the draw.

History of the FA Cup

Arsenal remain the most successful London club in the competition, and the most successful club in the history of the FA Cup.

The Gunners lifted the trophy most recently in 2020, beating Chelsea in the final 2-1 in front of an empty Wembley stadium.

Despite Tottenham’s long 13-year trophy drought, with their last trophy coming in early 2008, they rank fourth for most FA Cups, having won the competition eight times, and being runners up once.

Spurs are tied fourth with Chelsea, who have also won it eight times and come second five times.

In the last two years, they have been runners up on two occasions, losing two years in a row in the final to Arsenal and Leicester.