FC Halifax Town will be travelling up and down the country next campaign as they aim to improve on their 16th place finish in 18/19. Yeovil Town and Notts County will be joining the Shay men in the fifth tier, as well as Torquay and Woking along with Stockport and Chorley promoted to the National League.
Yeovil will be one of the longest journeys for Halifax supporters next season as they face the prospect of a 488 round mile trip. With Notts County going down a level, the journey will be less time consuming for the fans being around 150 miles.
Newly promoted Torquay will take around 11 hours there and back, making it around 590 miles. Stockport County will be a nice away day trip for Halifax, taking around 1 hour and 40 mins overall, with a total mileage of 70.
A Local trip Chorley with a mileage of around 100 following their promotion today.
With Woking victorious it will be another longer trip for the fans with it taking around 9 hours to get there and back. This will come to around 440 miles.
With Leyton Orient confirming their return to League Two it has taken a 414-mile trip away, which took around 8 hours and 12 minutes in total. AFC Fylde lost in the play-offs and comes in at 136 miles.
Solihull Moors and Wrexham were beaten in the play offs, so both sides will again be competing in the National League. Solihull will take around 260 miles there and back. Wrexham on the other hand is 166 miles. Harrogate Town and Eastleigh will also remain at this level next season. Harrogate will be around 66 miles and Eastleigh is a 480-mile round trip.
Ebbsfleet is a long round trip for the shay men at 548 miles, taking over 10 hours. Gateshead will take 300 miles, whereas Sutton will take 490 miles. Barrow will be a 360-mile round trip, with Bromley is 460 miles. Barnet and Dover are also very long trips, with the former being 380 miles and the latter being 548 miles. The Crabble Athletic Ground is the second longest round trip in the National League, behind the newly promoted Torquay.
Chesterfield is a shorter trip for the fans, with the Proact Stadium taking around 120 miles there and back. Hartlepool will take 190, whereas Dagenham is approximately 420 miles in total. Maidenhead is a 414 mile trip, with Meadow Park, the home of Boreham Wood taking 380 miles in total.
Total Mileage works out at approx 7556 for next season
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