Beaten playoff finalists Corinthian-Casuals look to go again on the 12th of August but they’ve landed a challenging start to the new campaign.
A trip to Hastings United is the demanding first fixture the Casuals have to contend with as they look to bury the ghost of their unlucky penalty defeat to Dorking Wanderers in last season’s gut-wrenching final.
Hastings of course lost in the semi final, and so did Greenwich Borough.
Gary Alexander says a lot was made of their failure to win promotion but they are a club who need to deliver next season. Greenwich begin with a home game against Whyteleafe.
A lot is expected of Cray Wanderers too, they welcome Thamesmead Town while East Grinstead Town have the longest trip as they visit Guernsey.
Much is expected of both Ashford United and Carshalton Athletic in the forthcoming season.
With the two clubs coming off the back of good years, they will meet on day one in Kent looking to get off to the perfect start.
Chipstead and Sittingbourne both hope for better next year and they come together on the second Saturday in August.
Lewes were unlucky not to make the playoffs after a good second half of last season in the Ryman South but Darren Freeman’s Rooks face a difficult opener away to Herne Bay.
Walton Casuals are expecting an exciting season with their new ground but they start away and make the long journey to Hythe Town.
Horsham have had great ground news themselves and they go to Molesey on the first day of the season as they plot a push for promotion.
VCD Athletic want to play Premier football again soon and they will fancy their chances if they can get one over Faversham Town.
Ramsgate play host to Phoenix Sports while Shoreham and South Park collide on an exciting first day.