After announcing no fewer than five live TNT Sports matches in the weekend’s opening four weeks, there’s even more ahead in a sizzling September.
Six games will be broadcast live in the campaign’s second month as a number of the division’s new arrivals come under the camera’s gaze.
We also see a schedule change in August due to league operation reasons.
The next batch of games begin with two regulars as the cameras head to Gateshead with Oldham Athletic well tipped for a tilt at promotion.
A week later, Bromley and Maidenhead United fall into focus before the nation sees how Kidderminster Harriers are settling back into Vanarama National League life. They face Solihull Moors on Saturday 16 September.
It’s a trip to last season’s surprise package Woking on the 23rd as ambitious York City look to put on a show.
The TNT Sports team return to Rochdale on Tuesday September 26 as title hopefuls Chesterfield come to town.
There’s still room for another game as promoted Oxford City and Altrincham, looking to earn an historic first EFL season, come together.
The season kicks-off on Saturday August 5 and Rochdale play Ebbsfleet United in the first TV pick of the new campaign.
Now on Saturday 12 there’s a new game – replacing Dagenham vs Southend United, we will now be seeing Bromley vs Barnet, both sides looking to go one better after falling short in the play-offs.
Chesterfield and Oldham Athletic follows a week later.
Returning clubs Hartlepool United and AFC Fylde meet on August 26 before a derby Bank Holiday collision when Eastleigh play host to Hampshire foes Aldershot Town.
All games will be shown live on TNT Sports 1.
Live TNT Sports match selections:
Saturday, August 5 – Rochdale v Ebbsfleet United (5.30pm)
Saturday, August 12 – Bromley v Barnet (5.30pm)
Saturday, August 19 – Chesterfield v Oldham Athletic (12.30pm)
Saturday, August 26 – Hartlepool United v AFC Fylde (5.30pm)
Monday, August 28 – Eastleigh v Aldershot Town (3pm)
Saturday, September 2 – Gateshead v Oldham Athletic (5.30pm)
Saturday, September 9 – Bromley v Maidenhead United (3pm)
Saturday, September 16 – Kidderminster Harriers vs Solihull Moors (5.30pm)
Saturday, September 23 – Woking v York City (12.30pm)
Tuesday, September 26 – Rochdale v Chesterfield (7.45pm)
Saturday, September 30 – Oxford City v Altrincham (5.30pm)
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