FA Cup 2022/23 second round: Fixtures and results
The second round of the 2022/23 FA Cup took place this weekend as teams competed to reach the third round and earn a glamorous tie against one of the Premier League's elite.
The 40 winners from the previous round competed at this stage, with Premier League and Championship clubs joining in the next round.
FA Cup 2022/23 second round fixtures and results
- 26 November 2022 - King's Lynn Town 0-3 Stevenage
- 26 November 2022 - Cambridge United 1-2 Grimsby Town
- 26 November 2022 - Wrexham 4-1 Farnborough
- 26 November 2022 - Accrington Stanley 1-0 Barnet
- 26 November 2022 - Barnsley 3-0 Crewe Alexandra
- 26 November 2022 - Forest Green Rovers 2-1 Alvechurch
- 26 November 2022 - Portsmouth 3-2 Milton Keynes Dons
- 26 November 2022 - Shrewsbury Town 3-1 Peterborough United
- 26 November 2022 - Hartlepool United 3-1 Harrogate Town
- 26 November 2022 - Charlton Athletic 2-2 Stockport County (December 2022 replay)
- 26 November 2022 - Oxford United 4-1 Exeter City
- 26 November 2022 - Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Mansfield Town
- 26 November 2022 - AFC Wimbledon 0-2 Chesterfield
- 26 November 2022 - Walsall 2-1 Carlisle United
- 26 November 2022 - Dagenham & Redbridge 1-1 Gillingham (December 2022 replay)
- 27 November 2022 - Ebbsfleet United 0-1 Fleetwood Town
- 27 November 2022 - Bristol Rovers 0-2 Boreham Wood
- 27 November 2022 - Burton Albion 6-1 Chippenham Town
- 27 November 2022 - Newport County 1-2 Derby County
- 27 November 2022 - Ipswich Town 4-0 Buxton
What were the biggest upsets in the FA Cup second round?
The only side remaining from the seventh tier of English football - Alvechurch - exited the competition in the second round as they were beaten by League One Forest Green Rovers 2-1.
All seven sides from the sixth division were also dumped. There was no luck for any of King's Lynn Town, Farnborough, Ebbsfleet United, Chippenham Town and Buxton as they were all knocked out by higher-division opposition.
National League side Boreham Wood added another giant-killing to their growing cabinet - they've defeated Wimbledon and Bournemouth in the FA Cup in recent years - by winning away at Bristol Rovers, who play in League One.
Chesterfield provided another shock as they went to League Two side Wimbledon and won 2-0 thanks to goals from Armando Dobra and Jeff King.