Chorley begin with trip to Minstermen on opening day of National League North season

Chorley will travel to York City on the opening day of the new National League North season

Tuesday, 8th September 2020, 1:44 pm
Updated Tuesday, 8th September 2020, 1:47 pm
Chorley boss Jamie Vermiglio

The Magpies were relegated from the National League last season after being bottom of the table when the 2019-20 campaign was brought to a premature halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

They will hope to bounce back quickly and will look to open up with a win against the Minstermen, who will hopefully be in their brand new LNER Community Stadium, on Saturday, October 6.

Four days later, they will host Gloucester City at Victory Park before travelling to Southport on the second weekend of the season.

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On Boxing Day, they are at home to AFC Fylde, before travelling to the Coasters on January 2 in 2021.

Their final game sees them host Brackley Town on May 29.

October

6 – York City A

10 – Gloucester City H

17 – Southport A

24 – Kidderminster Harriers H

31 – Bradford (Park Avenue) A

November

7 – Boston United A

10 – Guiseley H

14 – Leamington H

17 – AFC Telford United A

21 – Hereford A

28 – Kettering Town H

December

1 – Curzon Ashton H

12 – Alfreton Town A

26 – AFC Fylde H

28 – Chester A

January

2 – AFC Fylde A

9 – Farsley Celtic H

16 – Darlington A

23 – Gateshead H

30 – Blyth Spartans H

February

6 – Brackley Town A

9 – Spennymoor Town H

13 – Gloucester City A

20 – York City H

27 – Kidderminster Harriers A

March

6 – Southport H

13 – Guiseley A

20 – Boston United H

23 – AFC Telford United H

27 – Leamington A

April

2 – Hereford H

5 – Kettering Town A

10 – Alfreton Town H

12 – Curzon Ashton A

17 – Bradford (Park Avenue) H

24 – Spennymoor Town A

May

1 – Chester H

3 – Farsley Celtic A

8 – Darlington H

15 – Gateshead A

22 – Blyth Spartans A

29 – Brackley Town H