The National League are thrilled to announce ten big matches in the Vanarama National League North and South have been picked as part of National League TV pilot test events.
As the season reaches boiling point, some massive games will now be broadcast across the divisions, bringing with it some fantastic extra exposure for our clubs.
The exciting move sees five matches in each of the two divisions given star billing on the new streaming service.
Kick-off times stay the same but now there’s a big opportunity for fans in the UK and around the world to catch every kick for themselves.
The 20 teams will join the Vanarama National League clubs in having their games shown live on the popular platform.
It kicks off on Tuesday March 14 with a big one – North title rivals Brackley Town and King’s Lynn Town collide, with Bath City’s home game with struggling Dulwich Hamlet also streamed.
On Saturday March 25, those around the world can watch Kidderminster Harriers v Alfreton Town and a south coast collision between Worthing and Havant & Waterlooville. Then on Tuesday March 28, it’s a battle at both ends as AFC Fylde welcome Blyth Spartans with Hampton & Richmond Borough vs Taunton Town on the same night.
On Friday 7 April, the Good Friday games are Chester v Chorley and South as Chelmsford City face Farnborough. Then on Easter Monday it’s Darlington v Bradford (Park Avenue) and another big away test in the National League South for leaders Ebbsfleet United, who want to get nearer the finishing line at Braintree Town.
Tuesday 14 March
Brackley Town v King’s Lynn Town (North)
Bath City v Dulwich Hamlet (South)
Saturday 25 March
Kidderminster Harriers v Alfreton Town (North)
Worthing v Havant & Waterlooville (South)
Tuesday 28 March
AFC Fylde v Blyth Spartans (North)
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Taunton Town (South)
Friday 7 April – Good Friday
Chester v Chorley (North)
Chelmsford City vs Farnborough (South)
Monday 10 April – Easter Monday
Darlington v Bradford (Park Avenue) (North)
Braintree Town v Ebbsfleet United (South)