YORK City's 2020/21 season is set to commence with a trip to Warrington Rylands in the FA Cup.

The second qualifying round tie was drawn earlier today with the fixture taking place on Saturday, October 3.

City's campaign in the Vanarama National League North will get underway three days later when they host Chorley at Bootham Crescent on Tuesday, October 6.

A maximum of 300 supporters will be allowed to enter Warrington's Gorsey Lane home ground, which has a capacity of just over 1,300, due to the ongoing restrictions over attendance amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Rylands play in the North West Counties Football League premier division, three tiers below York in Step Five of the non-league system.

Warrington looked on course for promotion in the 2019/20 season, sitting second in the NWCFL premier division table and eight points behind leaders 1874 Northwich before coronavirus struck.

The club secured promotion from the NWCFL division one in their last completed season having been taken over by Wayne Rooney's agent Paul Stretford, who has also lead the name change, from Rylands FC to Warrington Rylands 1906 FC.

The FA Cup tie against City will see Rylands take part in only their second ever FA Cup qualifying campaign.

There will be no replays or extra time, should the matches end in draws after the full 90 minutes.

Meanwhile, Tadcaster Albion were drawn an away tie against fellow PitchingIn Northern Premier League north/west division side Mossley.

The Greater Manchester club were one point and one place above Tadcaster, in seventh, at the point in which the 2019/20 season was cancelled.