The new National League season starts tomorrow as 24 clubs look to earn promotion to the Football League
FC Halifax Town start the campaign under new boss Pete Wild with the long trip to Kent to face Ebbsfleet United
Stockport County will host Maidenhead United in the opening game which will be shown on BT Sport. County were promoted to the National League last season and will face Maidenhead who finished 19th in the table last at the end of April
Two sides who did well last season will face each other after both finishing in the play-offs as Solihull will travel to Harrogate Town
Wrexham finished the season in 4th place and they will start their new campaign at home to Barrow who finished in midtable
Aldershot Town were repreived from relegation with Gateshead losing their place in the league and they will host AFC Fylde at the Recreation Ground.
Last season Yeovil Town and Notts County were both relegated from the Football League and they both face away trips to Barnet and Eastleigh respectobely.
Chesterfield will be at home to Dover Athletic on the opening day whilst Conference North play-off winners Chorley will fae Bromley at home.
Woking won the National League South play-offs and they face a trip to Dagenham
Town will face Hartlepool on Tuesday night however Pool will be at home to Sutton United at the weekend first.
Finally Torquay United will host Boreham Wood at Plainmoor
Aldershot Town vs AFC Fylde
Barnet vs Yeovil Town
Chesterfield vs Dover Athletic
Chorley vs Bromley
Dagenham & Redbridge vs Woking
Eastleigh vs Notts County
Ebbsfleet United vs FC Halifax Town
Harrogate Town vs Solihull Moors
Hartlepool United vs Sutton United
Stockport County vs Maidenhead United
Torquay United vs Boreham Wood
Wrexham vs Barrow
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