Charlton host a local derby with eighth-tier minnows Cray Valley Paper Mills on Sunday, while on Saturday there was plenty of action as Aldershot put seven past Swindon and eighth-tier Ramsgate edged past Woking.
The first round taking place means victorious fans will have a keen eye on the imminent draw for the second round.
Here are all the details...
When is the FA Cup second-round draw?
The draw is scheduled to take place on today, Sunday, November 5, at 2.30pm GMT. It is pencilled in for between Chesterfield vs Portsmouth and Crewe vs Derby, which are both being broadcast by ITV.
How can I watch the FA Cup second-round draw?
TV channel: In the UK, the draw will be shown live and for free on ITV1.
Live stream: Fans can also tune in for free online via the ITVX website and app.
When will the FA Cup second-round ties be played?
The second round is scheduled for the weekend of December 2 and 3, 2023.
FA Cup second-round ball numbers
2. Alfreton Town
3. Chesterfield or Portsmouth
4. Bolton Wanderers
5. Wigan Athletic
6. Leyton Orient
7. Kidderminster Harriers or Fleetwood Town
9. Slough Town or Grimsby Town
10. Charlton Athletic or Cray Valley PM
11. Oxford United
12. Newport County
13. Aldershot Town
14. Crewe Alexandra or Derby County
16. Harrogate Town
17. Barnsley or Horsham
18. Port Vale or Burton Albion
19. Peterborough United or Salford City
21. Wycombe Wanderers
23. Shrewsbury Town
24. Bristol Rovers
26. Sutton United
28. Doncaster Rovers or Accrington Stanley
29. Chester or York City
30. Scarborough Athletic or Forest Green Rovers
31. Notts County
32. Stockport County
33. Yeovil Town
35. Maidstone Town
37. AFC Wimbledon
38. Cambridge United