Chorley’s reward for knocking Wigan out of the FA Cup is a second-round tie against Peterborough. All ties will take place from 27-30 November.
Chorley, of the National League North, overcame the League One side, who were FA Cup winners in 2013, 3-2 after extra time on Sunday and will travel to London Road to face the highest-ranked team at this stage of the competition.
Eighth-tier sides Canvey Island, the lowest-ranked club still involved, and Marine have home ties against Boreham Wood and Havant & Waterlooville respectively.
Kings Lynn, in the second round for the first time in their history, will travel to the 2008 winners, Portsmouth. Crawley, who won an astonishing cup tie 6-5 at Torquay on Sunday, will play at either Barrow or AFC Wimbledon, with that tie still to be played because of Covid-19.
FA Cup second-round draw in full
Stevenage vs Hull CityHarrogate Town vs BlackpoolTranmere Rovers vs BrackleyBarrow/AFC Wimbledon vs Crawley TownStockport County vs Yeovil TownPlymouth Argyle vs Lincoln CityPortsmouth vs King’s Lynn TownCheltenham Town vs Crewe AlexandraPeterborough United vs ChorleyMorecambe vs Solihull MoorsShrewsbury Town vs Oxford City or Northampton TownMansfield Town vs Dagenham & RedbridgeNewport County vs Salford CityMarine vs Havant & WaterloovilleGillingham vs Exeter CityCanvey Island vs Boreham WoodCarlisle United vs Doncaster RoversBarnet vs MK DonsBristol Rovers vs DarlingtonBradford City vs Oldham Athletic
Brackley Town, who have never been past round two, will have to overcome Tranmere at Prenton Park to progress. Solihull Moors knocked out Scunthorpe and will look to claim another League Two scalp in Morecambe, while Stockport, who upset Rochdale, will host Yeovil.
League Two leaders Newport were handed a home draw against Salford, while Darlington will travel to Bristol Rovers.