Ipswich Town Women have drawn Championship side Lewes at home in the third round of the FA Cup.

The two sides faced each other in the competition last season in the fourth round, where the Blues were narrowly beaten 1-0 at home. 

Lewes currently sit 11th in the second tier of women's football, a league above Town. They've won just twice in their opening 11 games this season. 

They have familiar faces in their squad with Anna Grey and Sarah Brasero-Carriera signing for the Rooks from Town this summer, while current Blues keeper Laura Hartley is a former Lewes player.

Ipswich Star: Summer Hughes in action against Lewes last season.Summer Hughes in action against Lewes last season. (Image: Ross Halls)

The Tractor Girls thrashed Sutton Coldfield Town 8-0 at home in the second round yesterday, while they won 6-0 at Northampton Town in the first round. 

Joe Sheehan's side will look to avenge last season's defeat against Lewes and continue their historic feats in the competition after they reached the quarter-finals in 2021/22. 

The tie is set to take place at the AGL Arena in Felixstowe on Sunday 10th December.