2020/21 Fixtures Released – Ravens start away to Macclesfield Town

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The Vanarama National League fixtures for the 2020/21 season have been confirmed.

The Ravens kick off their campaign on Saturday 3rd October, with a trip to Cheshire to take on Macclesfield Town, kickoff 3pm.

Following this, our first home fixture of the season will take place on Tuesday 6th October at 7:45pm, as Kent rivals Dover Athletic are the visitors to Hayes Lane, before Torquay United make the trip to BR2 on Saturday 10th.

The festive period will see Bromley lock horns with Sutton United in the classic Boxing Day/New Year reverse fixture, with the Ravens playing at home on Boxing day, and making the short trip to Gander Green Lane on Saturday 2nd January.

Good Friday, which is on 2nd April, will see Wealdstone make the journey to Hayes Lane, before the Ravens play out their Easter Monday fixture at Edgeley Park, home of Stockport County, in a 3pm kickoff.

The normal National League season will come to a close on Saturday 29th May, with Bromley hosting Notts County.


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