DRAW 2018-19

81 schools have entered the tournament, a new record.

There will be 17 First Round matches involving 34 schools.  The remaining 47 schools will receive byes to the Second Round including all ISFA Full Member Schools.


First Round matches must be played by 22nd September.  There is no recommended midweek period. Schools should agree match dates and kick-off times and inform ISFA of these details by no later than 16th June 2018 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Bristol GS v. Sherborne
Canford v. Wellington
Haberdashers' Aske's v. Whitgift 
Norwich v. Bedford Modern
KCS Wimbledon  v. Brighton College
King's College, Worcester v. LVS Ascot
Trinity v. ACS Cobham
RGS Guildford v. Kingston GS
Bournemouth Collegiate v. Box Hill 
Epsom College v. Buckswood
Peterborough v. St. Joseph's College
College of the Holy Child v. Lingfield College
Brooke House College v. Twycross House
Bury GS v. Stockport GS
Bootham v. Newcastle School for Boys
Oswestry v. Moorland
Cheadle Hulme v. Merchant Taylors, Crosby


Second Round matches must be played by 29th September.  The recommended midweek period is 25th-27th September.

Schools should agree match dates and kick-off times and inform ISFA of these details by no later than 16th June 2018 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

IMPORTANT: Due to the short time frame, where matches are dependent on the result of First Round matches, schools should arrange provisional dates for all eventualities.

Tonbridge v. Lancing
St. Columba's College v. Brooke House College or Twycross House
Eton v. Grange
King's School, Worcester or LVS Ascot v. Hampton
Bede's v. Berkhamsted
Bournemouth Collegiate or Box Hill v. City of London
Haberdashers' Aske's or Whitgift v. Charterhouse
King Edward's, Witley v. St. John's, Leatherhead
Cheadle Hulme or Merchant Taylors, Crosby v. Millfield
Bristol GS or Sherborne v. Ardingly
Truro v. Bradfield
RGS Newcastle v. Alleyn's
John Lyon v. Bootham or Newcastle School for Boys
Westminster v. Dulwich College 
St. Edmund's, Ware v. Shrewsbury
Oswestry or Moorland v. St. Bede's College
Brentwood v. RGS Guildford or Kingston GS
Norwich or Bedford Modern v. Trinity or ACS Cobham
Bolton v. College of the Holy Child or Lingfield College
Oldham Hulme GS v. Queen Ethelburga's College
Forest v. King's School, Chester
Kimbolton v. Aldenham
Bury GS or Stockport GS v. Canford or Wellington
Wolverhampton GS v. Ibstock Place
KCS Wimbledon or Brighton College v. Manchester GS
Harrodian v. Winchester
Peterborough or St. Joseph College v. Royal Russell
Harrow v. Grammar School at Leeds
Highgate v. Sevenoaks 
Chigwell v. University College School
Epsom College or Buckswood v. Repton
Birkdale v. Latymer Upper


Third Round matches to be played by 13th October 2018
(Recommended midweek period: 9th-11th Oct.)
Fourth Round matches to be played by 17th November 2018
(Recommended midweek period: 13th-15th Nov.)
Fifth Round matches to be played by 8th December 2018
Semi-Finals to be played by 2nd February 2019















































































Spectators are always advised to check kick-off times with the home school before travelling. 

Most schools welcome spectators wishing to attend ISFA Cup matches. However, spectators who are not parents or connected to the home school are reminded that schools are private property. Please contact the school in advance to ascertain the specific procedures that are in place. 

Spectators are reminded that schools must take great care with security and need to know who is visiting the school and for what purpose. Spectators are therefore asked to co-operate with this understandable need for security.











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