CHESTER FC have found out who their opponents will be for the next round of the FA Cup.

The Blues booked their place in the First Round proper of the presitgious football competition with a superb away win against National League side Hartlepool United on Saturday.

Goals in each half from Elliott Whitehouse and Charlie Caton in a superb team performance put manager Calum McIntyre's men into the hat for the next round.

It is the first time Chester FC have reached the First Round proper of the competition in nine years, having been knocked out in qualifying rounds in the years between.

It is also the first time the Blues have won three FA Cup games since the 2000/01 season, when Chester City - having started in the FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round - progressed to the Third Round, where they were beaten 2-0 at Blackburn Rovers.

Now Chester FC have found their opponents will either be York City or Needham Market, in a match to be played at the Deva Stadium on the weekend of November 4/5.

York City and Needham Market will play their replay on Tuesday night, after neither side found the net in their 0-0 draw on Saturday.

Chester FC's planned National League North match against Brackley Town on November 4 will be rearranged to a future date.