Sutton Common Rovers, who play in the Isthmian League South Central Division - the eighth tier of English football, were formed in 1978. They were originally named Inrad FC, and have gone through a few variations, before sticking with Sutton Common Rovers from 2004.
They won their first FA Cup tie in 2014–15, when they beat Chichester City 3-2 in the extra preliminary round. This is the first time they have ever progressed to the second qualifying round, and they beat Cray Wanderers 3-1 in the previous round to reach this stage.
Jersey Bulls are located in Saint Helier, Jersey in the Channel Islands and were only formed on the 7 August 2018. They are the first club from Jersey to play in the FA Cup.
They currently play in the Combined Counties League Premier Division South - the ninth tier of English football - and have won 42 on their 43 competitive matches so far.
They are also looking to progress to the third qualifying round for the first time, but they have been impressive so far in this season's competition winning 10-1, 4-0 and 5-1 in their three games to be the tournament's leading goalscorers at this stage.