Published: 09:00, 03 July 2019
| Updated: 15:49, 03 July 2019
The National League fixtures are out and there’s derby action in the first week of the season.
Ebbsfleet and Bromley clash at Hayes Lane on Tuesday, August 6 with Michael Cheek and Chris Bush set to line up against their former employers on what will be their Ravens home debuts.
Having survived relegation last term, Dover are preparing for their first full season of full-time football under boss Andy Hessenthaler and open at Chesterfield on August 3.
Ebbsfleet will be almost unrecognisable from the side which finished last season with the club having cut its budget as part of a major financial restructure.
Maidstone's relegation has prompted a major overhaul of their squad and John Still and Hakan Hayrettin have been busy in the transfer market.
Dartford are starting a season without Elliot Bradbrook for the first time in a decade after their former captain announced his retirement.
But the return of Luke Wanadio and a permanent deal for Darren McQueen could fill the goal void he leaves behind.
Tonbridge Angels clinched promotion via the super play-off in May after five years in the Bostik League.
Manager Steve McKimm may be working with one of the division's smallest budgets but crucially he's kept most of the players who did the business for him last season.
Steve King left Welling after they lost in the play-off final so chairman Mark Goldberg is back involved on the management side with Hugo Langton installed as head coach.
Popular striker Adam Coombes heads a long list of summer signings as Goldberg will hope for better fortune in the Park View Road hotseat than he enjoyed first time around in 2016/17.
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