Carlisle United have been handed a trip to National League South side Dulwich Hamlet in the first round of the FA Cup.

The Blues will head to Champion Hill to face the south London side for the first time.

The Cumbrians were paired with the non-league outfit in tonight's draw, which was conducted by former United striker Jermaine Beckford and England Lionesses legend Karen Carney.

The Hamlet, managed by Gavin Rose, booked their place in the first round for the first time in 21 years with a 2-1 win at Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday.

Fans of the non-league outfit watched the draw in the club's bar tonight.

Their squad includes former United winger Jeffrey Monakana, who played one match for the Cumbrians in the 2014/15 season under Keith Curle.

They also have Football League experience with the likes of ex-Wycombe defender Marvin McCoy and former Colchester midfielder Dominic Vose.

The club hit the headlines last year when they were at the centre of a battle between property developers and Southwark Council which saw them evicted from their ground for eight months, a situation which saw Halmet fighting for survival.

The tie, which involves a 644-mile round trip for Blues fans, will be played on the weekend of Saturday, November 9 with details to be confirmed.

Meanwhile, non-league side Chichester City earned a bye and £36,000 prize money after being the last team out of the draw.

There was an odd number of teams in the draw due to Bury's recent expulsion.