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The National League and BT Sport are pleased to confirm the live broadcast of Bromley versus Aldershot Town on Saturday 30th January 2021.

With the season closing in on the halfway stage by this time, both sides will be on the hunt for momentum leading into the final months.

Hosts Bromley have made an excellent start to the campaign, currently sixth in the Vanarama National League.

Danny Searle’s Aldershot Town will be encouraged by an improvement in results in recent weeks.

The match will mean all Vanarama National League sides have been shown live on BT Sport before the end of January for the third season in a row.

With eleven goals scored in the last two games between these teams at Hayes Lane, BT Sport viewers could be in line for another goal-frenzy in this 5:20pm kick-off.

The TV cameras head to five matches in December, plus an eagerly anticipated local derby between Barnet and Boreham Wood to bring in the New Year in style.

Live BT Sport match selections (kick-off time): 

Saturday December 5- Weymouth v FC Halifax Town (5:20pm) 

Saturday December 12- Solihull Moors v Bromley (5:20pm)

Tuesday December 15- Notts County vs Stockport County (7:45pm)

Saturday December 26- Dover Athletic v Dagenham & Red (5:20pm) 

Monday December 28- Woking v Eastleigh (12:30pm) 

Saturday January 2- Barnet v Boreham Wood (5:20pm)

Saturday January 30- Bromley v Aldershot Town (5:20pm)

Press release produced by The National League.

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