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The draw for the fourth round of the U17's Scottish Youth FA Cup has been made at Hampden Park.
 
All teams involved will surely have been looking on with interest after a terrific weekend of football saw them advance to the draw earlier this afternoon.
 
The U17's draw has certainly brought up some very interesting ties. Champions Glenvale make the journey to face Rossvale FC Thistle while last season's beaten finalists Spartans FC Youth have a difficult match ahead of them as they welcome Fairmuir BC. Valleyfield's reward for their inspired display against Hutchison Vale is a home tie against Lewis United Rangers.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 

Rothes Juniors vs Tynecastle FC

Harmony Row vs Blantyre SA Black

Spartans FC Youth vs Fairmuir BC

Kemnay FC vs FC Coasters

Milton vs Banks O’Dee Albion

Dryburgh Athletic vs Cumbernauld Colts

Third Lanark vs AM Soccer Club

Valleyfield vs Lewis United Rangers

Middlefield Wasps vs EKFC Blue

Lenzie vs Ferry Athletic

Glenrothes Strollers vs Mossend FC

Kilsyth CFC vs Colony Park

St Andrews BC Reds or Blantyre SA Gold vs Kilsyth Athletic

Rossvale FC Thistle vs Glenvale AFC

Bonnyrigg Rose FC vs Erskine YFC Athletic

Prestwick Community vs Jerviston FC Blue

 
 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 17/18th November. Good luck to all teams involved!
 
The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Youth FA Cup has been made at Hampden Park.
 
All teams involved will surely have been looking on with interest after a terrific weekend of football saw them advance to the draw earlier this afternoon.
 
The U16's draw has certainly brought up some very interesting ties. Dundee West will have to wait to see who they face as they will host the winner of the tie between Johnstone Burgh and Edinburgh City Blacks and Pollok have a long trip head of them as they travel to Deveronvale. Kelty Hearts CC could face a visit from champions Longniddry Villa, but the Edinburgh side will have to get through Milton Reds first.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 

Bellfield Royals vs Accies BC

Kennoway Star Hearts vs Glenburn MWFC

Dundee West vs Johnstone Burgh or Edinburgh City Blacks

Tynecastle FC vs Cumbernauld Colts

Finnart BC vs Broomhill SC

Real Fife or Rowallan SC or Dalrymple Thistle vs Salvesen CFC

Heston Rovers vs Barrhead YFC

Jerviston FC vs Giffnock SC P&J

Airdrie United or Fraserburgh Link Up vs Milton

Deveronvale vs Pollok FC

Pitfour FC vs Holytown Colts

Leith Athletic vs Clyde SOF

Port Glasgow Juniors SC Reds vs Falkirk FCF

Milton Rovers vs CBC Hilton

Kelty Hearts CC vs Milton Reds or Longniddry Villa

Oban Saints vs Dalziel BC

 
 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 17/18th November. Good luck to all teams involved!
 
The draw for the fourth round of the U15's Scottish Youth FA Cup has been made at Hampden Park.
 
All teams involved will surely have been looking on with interest after a terrific weekend of football saw them advance to the draw earlier this afternoon.
 
The U13's draw has certainly brought up some very interesting ties. Syngenta Juveniles, who came through a tough tie against Dunbar United Colts, will host St Peters FC. ML4 United will make the trip north to take on Banks O'Dee Albion and Hutchison Vale travel to Dundee to take on Dundee Celtic Boys.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 

Shettleston Juniors vs St Cadocs YC Saints

Dundee Celtic Boys vs Hutchison Vale

Westdyke CC vs Kilsyth Athletic

Tass Thistle vs Dean Thistle

Dyce BC vs Mill Utd or Leith Athletic

St Bernards BC Midlothian vs Glenvale AFC

Burntisland Shipyard vs Cumbernauld Colts

Giffnock North BC United vs Tynecastle FC

AFC Glasgow vs Peterhead BC

Banks O’Dee Albion vs ML4 United

Palace Park Unity vs Hampden Weir Recreation

Forfar BC vs Holytown Colts

Maddison FC vs Stirling Albion JA

St Patricks Sports Academy vs East Craigie Swifts

Blantyre SA vs Musselburgh Windsor

Syngenta Juveniles vs St Peters FC

 
 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 17/18th November. Good luck to all teams involved!

The draw for the fourth round of the U14's Scottish Youth FA Cup has been made at Hampden Park.

All teams involved will surely have been looking on with interest after a terrific weekend of football saw them advance to the draw earlier this afternoon.

The fourth round will see many interesting ties. Kelso FC have a lot of travelling on their hands as they make the 376 mile round trip to face Colony Colts in Inverurie. Champions Hutchison Vale will also make the trip northward to take on Sunnybank Elite and finalists Cove will host Dundee-based side Riverside CSC.

The full draw is as follows:

 

Eddlewood BC vs Crosshouse BC

Glenbrae Colts vs Deveronvale

Colony Colts vs Kelso FC

Erskine YFC vs Bonnyton Thistle

Rossvale FC vs Aston Villa CFC

Cambusnethen Talbot vs Glasgow Boys FC

Holytown Colts vs The Nith United

Cove BC vs Riverside CSC

Knightswood FC vs Rosyth FC

Galston YFC vs Heston Rovers Colts

Braehead FC vs Donside Juveniles

Banks O’Dee Albion vs Lasswade Thistle

Ellon Meadows vs Scotland BC Purple

Bayside FC Athletic vs Lewis United Youth

Kerse United vs Glenburn MWFC

Westerton United vs Gairdoch United FC

Drumchapel United vs Dumbarton United

Sunnybank Elite vs Hutchison Vale

Fairmuir BC vs Armadale CFC Blue

Glenrothes Strollers vs Giffnock North P&J

Drumsagard FA Blue vs Milton or Ardrossan Winton Rovers

Falkirk FCF (CSFDA) vs Dunbeth

Dunbar Colts vs Kirkshaws Colts Blacks

Longniddry Villa vs Stewarton Annick

Glenrothes Athletic vs Dunblane SC

Lochend FA vs Larkhall Thistle

Tynecastle FC vs Ashfield Juniors Whites

Clydebank FC vs Portobello CFA

Giffnock SC vs Grassroots Development Coaching

Largs Colts or Broxburn Athletic Colts vs Dundee West

Kilsyth Athletic vs Kildrum United

Hampden Weir Recreation Amateurs vs Cambuslang FA

 

All ties will be played on the weekend of the 17/18th November. Good luck to all teams involved!
 
The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Youth FA fourth round draw has been made at Hampden Park
 
All teams involved will surely have been looking on with interest after a terrific weekend of football saw them advance to the draw earlier this afternoon.
 
The U13's draw has certainly brought up some very interesting ties. Balloch Eastfield performed well to see off Spartans, but will have a tougher game on their hands as they face in-form Portobello CFA. We will see a Dundee-derby in round four as Dundee United Sports Club are set to host fellow DDYFA side Dryburgh Athletic, and we will also have an all SERYFA affair as Linlithgow Rose take on Tynecastle Whites.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 

Drumchapel United vs Clydebank FC

St Cadocs Youth P&J vs Tynecastle FC

Formartine United Youth vs Monifieth Athletic

Broomhill SC Lightning vs Valspar FC

Eddlewood BC vs Airdrie United BC

Dyce BC vs Spartans FC Youth

Dundee United SC vs Dryburgh Athletic

Inverkeithing United FC vs Glenvale AFC

Mossend FC vs Giffnock SC

Montrose Youth vs St Patricks Sports Academy

Milngavie FC vs Arthurlie Juniors YFA

Blairhall Villa vs Dunipace FC

Portobello CFA vs Balloch Eastfield

Rossvale or Dundee West Royls vs Westdyke CC

Carluke United vs Blairgowrie

Currie Star vs Thistle Weir

Linlithgow Rose CFC vs Tynecastle Whites

Clarkston Athletic vs Gala Fairydean Rovers

Edinburgh City vs Gairdoch United FC Golds

Oban Saints YFC vs Broomhill SC

Hamilton Accies BC vs Tranent Colts

Salvesen CFC vs Dunbar United Colts

Sons of Struth vs Bonnyrigg Rose Whites or Stenhousemuir FC

Bathgate Thistle Blacks vs Glasgow Boys

West End Reds vs Dalkeith Thistle CFC

Kintore United FC vs Carolside SC

East End United BC vs Cove BC

Lewis United Youth vs Hutchison Vale

Blantyre SA Gold vs Bervie Caley Youth

Haddington Athletic vs Pollok United SA

Airdrieonians Real BC vs Dyce BC Whites

EK Burgh United vs Dundee Sporting Club

 
 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 17/18th November. Good luck to all teams involved!
 
It's Scottish Cup time!
 
This weekend clubs from all around the country will compete for a place in the fourth round draw of the Scottish Cup, which will be made on Tuesday 6th November at Hampden Park.
 
The first two rounds of the competition saw teams compete in regional ties, but this weekend will see clubs travel far and wide in the pursuit of Scottish Cup glory and YFS is priviliged to be along for the journey.
 
We are proud to be filming 40 of this weekend's ties, stretching all across the country and it's safe to say that we are expecting a lot of intriguing matches. You can purchase any of the games below by clicking here.
 
 
Bonnyton Thistle vs Giffnock SC Reds U14
Giffnock SC Reds will make the relatively short trip to face WOSYFL side Bonnyton Thistle. Bonnyton have started the season positively, sitting in third place in the West of Scotland U14's league whilst Giffnock currently hold a mid-table position in the Paisley and Johnstone League, although the West Region team will be on a high after a convincing win in the Gilbert Baird Cup against Harmony Row.
 
 
Deveronvale vs Tranent Colts U16
Tranent Colts have a long journey up north as they come up against ADJFA side Deveronvale. The SERYFA side currently sit at the summit of the SERYFA U16's third division with a perfect record, whilst Deveronvale have had a difficult start, winning just one of their league games so far, though they did notch up an impressive win in the Presidents Cup against Formartine United.
 
 
St Cadocs YC United vs Lenzie YC U17
Lenzie have quite a favourable journey in terms of travel but will be made to work on the park against St Cadocs YC United. United have started the season well, climbing to third in the Paisley and Johnstone third division, whilst Lenzie have had a mixed start to life in the CSFA B League, sitting in the mid-table position.
 
 
Livingston FC Community vs Banks O'Dee Albion U15
Banks O'Dee Albion make the long journey down south to take on WLAYFC strugglers Livingston FC Community. Livingston have been rather unfortunate so far this season and will believe that they should be higher up the WLAYFC A Legue table. Albion on the other hand are flying, unbeaten in their opening seven league games and occupying second spot.
 
 
Claremont AFC vs Dyce BC U15
Dyce will make the journey to Claremont confident that they can secure a fourth round spot and why shouldn't they? The Aberdeenshire side are unbeaten in the legue this season and sit in third place in the ADJFA A League. Claremont, however, also have reason to be confident. They occupy second spot in the LFDA B League and have only lost one match all season.
 
 
Dunipace FC vs Gleniffer Thistle U13
One of the more difficult games to call this weekend. Dunipace sit top of the FVFDA League and hold a nice four point advantage at the top. Gleniffer Thistle on the other hand sit third in the Paisley and Johnstone first division and will certainly feel like they can get a result away from home.
 
 
Dalkeith Thistle vs Renton Craigandro U13 
Free-scoring Renton Craigandro will travel to Dalkeith full of confidence. Having won four out of four in the league, scoring 24 goals in the process they face a Dalkeith Thistle team that hasn't quite hit the ground running yet. A recent morale boosting win against Bonnyrigg Rose Whites could be what is needed to kick-start their season.
 
 
Dyce BC Whites vs Westerton United Whites U13 
Westerton face a long journey to Aberdeen to take on Dyce BC Whites. Westerton Whites go into the game with mixed fortunes, sitting mid-table in the Paisley and Johnstone first division, whilst Dyce BC Whites haven't enjoyed the start that they would have wanted. The ADJFA A League side will be hoping the home tie advantage will be enough to change their fortunes.
 
 
Blairhall Villa vs Kemnay FC U13
Two teams enjoying their first foray in the Scottish Cup. Kemnay haven't made the greatest start in the ADJFA C League Section 2 but will no doubt enjoy the trip to Blairhall, who secured a great victory against Letham Sky Blues in the last round.
 
 
East Fife Youth Academy vs Bayside FC Athletic U14
It's an all Fife affair in this tie at Bayview Stadium. East Fife YA have had a decent start to the season in the FFDL first division, sitting in fifth place, but they will know that they have to be on top form to beat table-toppers Bayside, who have yet to lose in the league this season.
 
 
Carse Thistle vs Tranent Colts U13
Carse Thistle will fancy themselves as favourites as they welcome Tranent Colts. The FVFDA side harbour outside hopes of league glory, with the Central Region side sitting in fourth place. Tranent Colts hve ambitions of their own, looking for promotion to the SERYFA first division and are on decent form themselves, picking up 12 points in their opening seven games.
 
 
Dunblane SC vs Milton U17
Familiar opponents for both of these Central Scotland FA sides as Dunblane host Milton. Dunblane are sitting well, sharing the top of the CSFA B League whilst Milton find themselves second from bottom. Dunblane are clear favourites but anything can happen in the cup and Milton will definitely be well up for this game.
 
 
Colony Colts FC vs Milton Rovers YFC U14
Two teams looking to build up some momentum clash in this tie in Aberdeenshire. Colony Colts sit just four points off of ADJFA C League Section 1 leaders Westdyle Thistle and Milton Rovers hold a mid-table position in the LFDA B League, trailing leaders Mill United Colts by eight points with a game in hand.
 
 
Salvesen CFC vs Claremont AFC U13
Salvesen know that they will be in for a game when they welcome LFDA A League leaders Claremont. The visitors have lost just one game all season and travel to Edinburgh on top form. Salvesen have had a decent start to 11-a-side football, occupying a place in mid-table in the SERYFA first division, but know that they will have to push themselves to their limits to progress in this competition.
 
 
Livingston FC Community Red vs Portobello CFA U13
An all South East Region affair in this one and a tough one for Livingston as they welcome SERYFA first division leaders Portobello. Livingston come into the game on good form though, sitting in second place in the WLAYFC, though Portobello will certainly be favourites having won all six of their league games this season.
 
 
Rosyth FC vs Northstar CFC Cubs U14
It's East vs North as ADJFA C League Section 1 leaders Northstar travel to Fife to take on Rosyth. Cubs go into the game with five wins out of five in the league, whilst Rosyth have hd  mixed start to the season, with nine points from nine games.
 
 
Third Lanark AFC vs Earlston Rhymers U17
Two mid-table teams in their respective leagues clash as Third Lanark take on Earlston Rhymers. The home side only sit four points off of top spot in the CSFA B League, currently occupied by Drumchapel United, whilst Earlston Rhymers have played four, won two and lost two.
 
 
Syngenta Juvenile Colts vs Glenvale AFC U13
Two teams that are struggling in their respective leagues will be hoping that this match will result in a change in fortunes. Syngenta hve lost six from six in the CSFA B League, while Glenvale sit second-bottom in the Paisley and Johnstone second division with four points from seven games. Expect a closely fought game as these two sides do battle.
 
 
Falkirk FCF vs Newmachar United U16
A Scottish Cup tie at the home of former two-time Scottish Cup winners Falkirk. Newmachar's league position perhaps doesn't reflect their quality. In three league games this season they have one win, one draw and one loss, whilst their opponents sit in mid-table with five points from five games.
 
 
Colony Park vs Port Glasgow Juniors CSC U17
A close game here as Port Glasgow make the journey north to take on Colony Park. The home side have just one win from six matches so far in the ADJFA B League and Port Glasgow Juniors have six points from five games. This one looks to be very closely contested.
 
 
Dalkeith Thistle vs Stirling Albion JA U15
Stirling Albion JA go into this game in terrific form. 10 wins out of 10 in the FVFDA League sees them sit top of the table as they travel towrds the capital to take on a Dalkeith Thistle side who sit 10 points off of top spot in the SERYFA second division with two games in hand.
 
 
Bathgate Thistle Black vs Clydesdale FC U13
Another difficult game to cll as two mid-table sides go head-to-head. Bathgate Thistle Black sit in seventh place in the WLAYFC A League, with seven points from six games. Visitors Clydesdale have a similar record with nine points from six games in teh CSFA B League, notching up three wins and three losses in the process.
 
 
Palace Park vs Deveronvale U14
Deveronvale's long journey to face Paisley and Johnstone side Palace Park could work in the home side's favour this weekend. Palace Park sit towards the bottom end of the second division with just five points from eight games, while Deveronvale have seven points from seven games, plcing them in  mid-table position in the ADJFA A League.
 
 
Ellon Meadows vs Dundee United SC U14
This one could go either way as both sides haven't made the best starts to their league season. Dundee United SC make the journey north having lost six out of six in the league and secured passage to the third round of this competition via a thrilling penalty shootout against Lumphinnans United. Ellon also sit towards the bottom end of their league and eased past Banchory Boys in the last round to set up this tie.
 
 
Rutherglen Glencairn vs Riverside FC Athletic U19
A vast difference in form between these two but form is often thrown out of the window in big mtches such as these. Riverside FC Athletic go into their match this weekend with just eight points from nine games this season and sit second bottom of the FVFDA League. Rutherglen on the other hand are looking good in fourth place in the Paisley and Johnstone second division this season.
 
 
Lasswade Thistle vs West Park United Navy U14
Another gulf in ability on paper in this one. Lasswade Thistle were crowned SERYFA first division champions last season and though they haven't hit the heights from last season, they are still a team to be reckoned with. West Park United Navy therefore go into the game under no pressure. The bottom side in the CSFA B League will be looking to cause perhaps one of the greatest upsets in Scottish Cup history this weekend.
 
 
Spartans FC Youth vs Irvine Meadow U13
A difficult one to judge here. The extremely large WOSYFL U13's league has Irvine Meadow bang in the middle of a whole host of competitive teams whilst Spartans haven't enjoyed the start to the season they would have hoped for, sitting bottom of the SERYFA first division.
 
 
Dundee West Reds vs Falkirk FCF Whites U14
Two more sides looking to make their mark in this famous competition. Falkirk make the journey towards Tayside in decent form ahead of their match against Dundee West Reds. 16 points from nine games is a good return for the WLAYFC side whilst Dundee West Reds will be looking to make home advantage count, with six points from five game in the DDYFA DS Rennie League.
 
 
Musselburgh Windsor vs St Peters FC U19
St Peters FC have a difficult journey to make towards Musselburgh as they look to turn around their dip in fortunes. With just five points from nine games things could certainly be going better for the Paisley and Johnstone first division side, whilst Musselburgh, if they win their three games in hand over league leaders Leith Athletic in the SERYFA U19's League could easily see themselves in title contention this season.
 
 
Valleyfield FC vs Hutchison Vale U17
Valleyfield and Hutchison Vale could contest one of the ties of the round this weekend. Hutchie travel to Fife to take on a tem in fine form, sitting second in the AFYFC Division 1 table, but Vale travel in good form as well, sitting third in the SERYFA first division with 10 points from six games.
 
 
Kemnay FC vs Bo'ness CFC U17
Bo'ness will find themselves up against it as they travel north to tke on Kemany in Aberdeenshire. Kemnay are in good form and have an outside chance of challenging for the ADJFA B League title, whilst Bo'ness are sitting towards the bottom end of the CSFA C Legue, with just three points from six games.
 
 
Syngenta Juveniles vs Dunbar United Colts U15
Two teams of great quality and in good form is a recipe for a potential classic. Syngenta are six points clear at the top of the CSFA A League so far, hving lost just one game, whilsr Dunbar are lso well in a title hunt, in second place in the SERYF second division, four points behind leaders AC Oxgangs with  game in hand.
 
 
Rosebank Thistle vs Currie Star FC U13
Rosebank Thistle are in great form so far this season and will need to be at their best this weekend as they take on high-flying Currie Star. Rosebank are well in the title picture this season in the CSFA B League, sitting in sixth plce just three points off of top spot. Currie are in second place in the SERYFA first division and are unbeaten all season, a fact that will surely be on the minds of the Rosebank players.
 
 
Drumchapel Amateurs vs Hampden Weir Recreation U15
Drumchapel Amateurs are free-scoring in the GDYFL at the moment and will need to carry on tht form to beat a strong Hampden Weir Recreation side. Two wins out of two for Drumchapel, scoring 17 goals is the kind of form needed to go toe-to-toe with Hampden on the form they are in, sitting fourth in the Paisley and Johnstone league with 15 points from seven games so far.
 
 
Salvesen CFC vs Auchinleck Talbot U19
Another match were two mid-table teams clash. Auchinleck Talbot make the journey towards the capital in good form and sit in a mid-table position just six points away from WOSYFL league leaders Bonnyton Thistle with two games in hand. Meanwhile Salvesen sit mid-table with seven points from six games.
 
 
Cumbernauld Pumas vs Riverside CSC U14
Cumbernauld Pumas have a tough task ahead of them as they prepare to welcome Dundee side Riverside. Riverside sit second in the DDYFA DS Rennie League and sit five points off of top spot with two games in hand, hving just beaten leaders Fairmuir last week. Pumas on the other hand are in fifth place in the CSFA C League, with nine points from six games.
 
 
Blantyre SA Black vs Largs Colts U17
Largs Colts face a tough journey to take on CSFA A League high-flyers Blantyre SA Black. Blantyre sit in third place in the A League, having taken 12 points from their opening five games. Largs have taken six from five and appear to be the underdogs in this particular battle. Colts will need to perform to the top of their capbilities if they hope to cause an upset.
 
 
Colony Colts vs Dunblane SC City U19
Dunblane SC City make the journey north looking to turn around a disappointing league season so far. The Scottish Cup will come as a welcome distraction for a tem who has won none of their opening eight in the league. Colony Colts have had a less than ideal start to the league as well. with just one point from three games in the ADJFA A League.
 
 
Hearts of Beath Juniors vs Heston Rovers U16 
Hearts of Beath are another team hoping that home advantage will give them the edge against a strong Heston Rovers side. Rovers sit top of the Dumfries and Galloway league with a perfect record of four wins from four. Beath Juniors are sixth in the AFYFC second division with seven points from seven games. 
 
 
AM Soccer Club vs Tynecastle FC U13
Tynecastle FC will be making the journey to Fife to take on AM Soccer Club. The Edinburgh based side are in a mid-table position in the SERYFA first division looking to get past a high-scoring AM Soccer side looking to build on their success in the last round against Dundee West.
 
 
Good luck to all teams involved!
 
The draw for the third round of the U19's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made yesterday at Hampden Park.
 
Last years champions at the 2001 age group, EKFC Blue will be looking to reach the latter stages of the competition, but know that they will have to perform well as they face a trip to face Leith Athletic, who have, as of the time of writing, remain unbeaten at the top of the U19's SERYFA Division 1 table.
 
Beaten finalists Hurlford BC will be looking to prove their worth as well, as they look to get past Glennifer Thistle away from home.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 
 
Thornton Hibs FC vs Renfrew FC
 
Irvine United vs Scone Thistle
 
Milton Rovers YFC vs Antonine FC
 
Longniddry Villa vs St Andrews United Juveniles
 
Colony Colts vs Dunblane SC City
 
Fairmuir Violet vs Vale of Leven
 
Clydebank FC vs Harmony Row YC
 
YFFC Jerviston vs Longside BC
 
Leith Athletic vs EKFC Blue
 
Musselburgh Windsor vs St Peters FC
 
Syngenta Juveniles vs Pollok FC
 
Cambuslang FA vs Bathgate Thistle CFC
 
Broxburn Athletic Colts vs Dalziel BC
 
Larkhall Thistle AFC vs Stenhousemuir FC
 
Edinburgh City Black vs Inverurie Locos
 
Tynecastle FC vs Spartans FC Youth Reds
 
Shettleston Juniors FC or St Andrews BC vs East Craigie Swifts
 
Sunnybank Elite FC vs Westdyke CC Thistle
 
Hillwood BC vs Arthurlie Cantera FC
 
Hermes Youth vs West Park United
 
Glenburn Miners Welfare FC vs Glenrothes Athletic
 
Gleniffer Thistle BC vs Hurlford BC
 
Blantyre BC Yellow vs Port Glasgow BC
 
Spartans FC Youth vs Syngenta Juveniles (FV)
 
Giffnock SC United vs East Fife YA
 
Salvesen CFC vs Auchinleck Talbot
 
Musselburgh Young Stars vs Culter BC
 
Ferry Athletic Blues vs Kirkintilloch Rob Roy
 
Cumbernauld Colts FC Blues vs Murieston United Red
 
Rutherglen Glencairn JFC vs Riverside FC Athletic
 
Irvine Meadow vs Calderbraes FC Colts
 
Armadale Calcio vs Ferry Athletic Yellows
 
 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3/4 November
 
The draw for the third round of the U17's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made yesterday morning at Hampden Park.
 
The past two finals at the 2002 age group have seen consecutive finalists, Glenvale AFC and Spartans FC Youth, with both sharing the trophy between them.
 
Glenvale AFC are reigning champions and they will look to reach a third consecutive final, but will have to get through a home tie against Airdrieonians FCBC. 
 
Spartans FC Youth will be looking to avenge their cup final loss from last season and recapture the trophy they won in 2017 as they welcome DDYFA side Monifieth Athletic.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 
 
AM Soccer Club vs Jeanfield Swifts Black
 
Third Lanark AFC vs Earlston Rhymers YFC
 
Rothes Juniors vs Jeanfield Swifts
 
Valleyfield FC vs Hutchison Vale
 
Harmony Row YC vs FC Argyle
 
AC Rovers FC vs Rossvale FC Thistle
 
EK Burgh Colts vs Kilsyth Community FC
 
Broxburn Athletic Colts Whites vs Prestwick Community FC
 
Fraserburgh Link-up YFC Falcons vs Ferry Athletic
 
Glenrothes Strollers vs Letham SC Tangerines
 
Forfar Albion Youths vs Banks O'Dee Albion
 
Glenvale AFC vs Airdrieonians FCBC
 
Middlefield Wasps vs Culter United
 
Fairmuir BC vs Paisley FC
 
Ayr Boswell BC Colts vs Erskine YFC Athletic
 
Lewis United Rangers vs AC Irvine
 
Blackburn Community YFC vs Cumbernauld Colts
 
Dryburgh Athletic vs Bayside FC
 
Blantyre SA Black vs Largs Colts
 
Dunblane SC vs Milton
 
St Mirren BC Athletic or St Andrews BC Reds vs Blantyre SA Gold
 
Kilsyth Athletic vs EK Cledonian Thistle Blues
 
FC Coasters vs Spartans FC Youth Colts
 
Spartans FC Youth vs Monifieth Athletic
 
Kemnay FC vs Bo'ness CFC
 
Eastend Colts vs Mossend FC
 
Colony Park FC vs Port Glasgow Juniors CSC
 
Musselburgh Windsor vs EKFC Blue
 
Bonnyrigg Rose FC vs PFD United or Hillwood BC
 
Jerviston FC Blue vs Albion Rovers Youth FC
 
St Cadocs YC United vs Lenzie YC
 
Carolside SC vs Tynecastle FC
 
 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3/4 November.

The draw for the third round of the U16's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made at Hampden Park yesterday morning.

Last years final in the 2003 age group was a thrilling encounter which saw Longniddry Villa edge past Falkirk FCF with a goal in the last minute to lift the famous trophy. Villa will begin the defence of their title with an away tie against Central Region side Milton Reds

Beaten finalists from last year Falkirk FCF will be looking to go one further this year and they begin with a home tie to ADJFA side Newmachar United.

The full draw is as follows:

 

Holytown Colts vs Rutherglen Glencairn JFC

Kelty Hearts CC vs Camelon Juniors

Real Fife vs Rowallan Sports Club or Dalrymple Thistle

Broomhill SC P&D vs Letham SC Tangerines

Johnstone Burgh vs Edinburgh City Blacks

Rossvale FC Munich vs Glenburn Miners Welfare

Knightswood FC vs Finnart BC

Kennoway Star Hearts FC vs Stonehaven Youth

Hearts of Beath Juniors vs Heston Rovers

Deveronvale vs Tranent Colts

St Cadocs YC United vs Oban Saints or Winton Rovers

Pitfour FC vs Rossvale FC United

Cumbernauld United FC Black vs Jerviston FC

Dalziel BC vs Jeanfield Swifts

Giffncok SC P&D vs Newtongrange Star YDA

Clyde FC SofF vs North Motherwell BC

Musselburgh Windsor vs Leith Athletic FC

Linlithgow Rose CFC vs Dundee West FC

Falkirk FCF vs Newmachar United

Barrhead YFC vs Spartans FC Youth

Airdrie United vs Fraserburgh Link-up

Broughty United YFC vs Bellfield Royals

Tynecastle FC vs Fairmuir BC

Murieston Blues vs Port Glasgow Juniors CSC Reds

Pollok FC or St Cadocs YC vs Edinburgh South FC Reds

Mossend FC vs Cumbernauld Colts

Milton Reds vs Longniddry Villa

Erskine YFC Reds vs CBC Hilton

Kirkfield United vs Milton

KSC Kilwinning Rangers vs Milton Rovers YFC

Melrose FC vs Salvesen CFC

Accies BC vs Westdyke CC

 

All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3/4 November

The draw for the third round of the U14's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made earlier today at Hampden Park and has certainly drawn up a few interesting ties.

One team not included in the draw were champions Spartans FC Youth, who were surprisingly knocked out of the competition in round two courtesy of a stunning performance from Tynecastle FC. 

Tynecastle will welcome Aston Villa BC in the third round.

The full draw is as follows:

 

Bathgate Thistle CFC Rovers vs Forfar BC

Ferry Athletic vs St Bernards BC Midlothian

Coylton FC vs Tass Thistle

Kirrie Thistle Youths FC vs St Peters FC

Syngenta Juveniles vs Dunbar United Colts

Thornton Locos FC VS Cumbernauld Colts FC

Craigroyston BC vs Giffnock North BC United

Tynecastle FC vs Aston Villa BC

Drumchapel Amateurs vs Hampden Weir Recreation Amateur FC

Dalkeith Thistle vs Stirling Albion JA

Mill United vs Leith Athletic FC

Duloch Juniors Maroons vs Holytown Colts FC

Shettleston Juniors vs Newcraighall Leith Victoria or Bonnyrigg Rose Whites

St Cadocs YC United vs Kirkfield United

Hutchison Vale vs Banchory Boys

Kilsyth Athletic FC vs Jeanfield Swifts

EKFC Gold or AFC Glasgow vs Crosshouse BC

Lochgilphead Red Star vs ML4 United or Craigburn BC

Glenvale AFC vs Larkhall Thistle AFC Blue

Dumbarton United vs Burntisland Shipyard

Livingston FC Community vs Banks O’Dee Albion

Portlethen SC United vs Maddison FC

Burnbank FC vs Dundee Celtic Boys

Jerviston FC vs East Craigie Swifts

Peterhead BC vs Longniddry Villa

Milton Rovers YFC vs Blantyre SA

Westdyke CC vs Falkirk FCF White

Caledonian YC vs Musselburgh Windsor

Real Fife vs St Patricks Sports Academy

Drumchapel United or Giffnock North BC Thistle vs Dumbarton Riverside

Claremont AFC vs Dyce BC

St Andrews Colts vs Dean Thistle

 

All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3rd/4th of November