Fourth-tier Crawley Wasps will sponsor listing 14-time winners Arsenal in the Women’s FA Cup second round, while holders Chelsea travel to Everton.
Monday’s draw happened live on BBC Radio 1Xtra, with Women’s Super League and Championship sides entering.
Crawley are just one of three teams from the fourth grade still staying, combined with AFC Wimbledon and Keynsham Town.
The ties will be played on Sunday, 3 February, with each winning side receiving £2,000 in prize money.
All 2-2 clubs from the major two tiers input the contest at the fourth-round point, joining the lower-ranked 10 sides who progressed from Sunday’s third-round ties.
WSL leaders Arsenal won one of the latest of these 14 FA Cups in 2016, while second-placed Manchester City – who’ll sponsor third-tier Watford – lifted the decoration in 20 17.
The Gunners will visit a Crawley side who are high in the fourth largest tier’s South East region, with won each of nine of their league matches to date this term.
Crawley’s league rivals AFC Wimbledon will also host top flight resistance in Bristol City, while Keynsham are off to WSL team Reading.
Second-tier Manchester United – featuring in the contest for the very first time as reforming their girls team last summer – will face top flight Brighton & Hove Albion a way.
This year’s final is going to be held in Wembley on Saturday, 4 May.
Fourth-round draw in complete
Loughborough Foxes v Sheffield United
Charlton Athletic v Huddersfield Town
Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester United
Manchester City v Watford
Yeovil Town v Birmingham City
AFC Wimbledon v Bristol City
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur
Millwall Lionesses v Lewes
Durham v Cardiff City
Everton v Chelsea
Crawley Wasps v Arsenal
Leicester City v London Bees
Reading v Keynsham Town
Liverpool v Milton Keynes Dons