Date:Friday November 11 2011
Leeds United will face Ipswich Town in the FA Youth Cup third round.
Twice winners, Leeds will travel to Ipswich for the game on Saturday 17th December.
Leeds twice won the tournament during the 1990`s. The defeated Manchester United over two legs in 1993 and won it again in 1997, in an era that saw the emergence of players like Paul Robinson, Jonathan Woodgate, Stephen McPhail, Ian Harte, Harry Kewell and Alan Smith.
Ipswich also have a good tradition in the competition having won it on three occasions, the most recent in 2005.
Leeds bowed out at the fifth round stage last season, when Aston Villa defeated them 2-0.
The whites currently have seven players with first team experience this season, who have come through the clubs academy system.
The third round draw sees the introduction of teams from the top two divisions.
Leicester City v Aldershot Town or AFC Totton
Stevenage or Leyton Orient v Tottenham Hotspur
AFC Bournemouth or Swindon Town v Birmingham City
Charlton Athletic v Cambridge United or Crawley Town
Ipswich Town v Leeds United AFC
Blackburn Rovers v Thurrock or Hayes & Yeading United
Manchester City v Corby Town or Dagenham & Redbridge
Southampton v Sheffield United or Port Vale
Dulwich Hamlet or Oxford United v Bolton Wanderers
Middlesbrough v Reading
Bury or Accrington Stanley v Cardiff City
Sunderland AFC v Nottingham Forest
Chelsea v Doncaster Rovers
Hull City v Southend United or Brentford
Portsmouth v Bristol City
Peterborough United v Blackpool
Swansea City v Liverpool
Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Ham United
Manchester United v Torquay United or Cirencester Town
Norwich City v Oldham Athletic or Macclesfield Town
Fulham v Kidderminster Harriers or Carlisle United
Brighton & Hove Albion v Aston Villa
Millwall v Watford
Preston North End or Walsall v Stoke City
Crystal Palace v Everton
AFC Wimbledon or Bristol Rovers v Coventry City
West Bromwich Albion v Barnsley
Newcastle United v Darlington or Shrewsbury Town
Queens Park Rangers v Huddersfield Town or Crewe Alexandra
Boston United or Bradford City v Burnley
Wigan Athletic v Hereford United or Chesterfield
Arsenal v Derby County
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