The 19-20 National League North Closing Day Fixtures Are Out!

By Tom Scott

It's the day when nothing else matters if your side are lucky enough to be involved in the final day drama.

Who will it be this season? Plenty are fancied but it could all boil down to the final 90 minutes of action.

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York City have strengthened as they look to climb back into the National League - new-look Gloucester City are in town.

Only goal difference separated AFC Telford and Bradford (Park Avenue) on the last day in 2018/19. The pair are set for a final day showdown at New Bucks Head.

Northern Premier League winners Farsley Celtic end their campaign with a tough home draw with Altrincham.

Fellow new-boys Kettering Town host Southport while King's Lynn face a trip to County Durham to face Darlington.

Spennymoor Town enjoyed the final day last time around with a 5-0 win. Chester will be hoping to avoid the same score-line when they host Jason Ainsley's men.

Gateshead close their National League North campaign at Brackley Town with both looking to challenge.

Hereford have strengthened and Marc Richards is confident. A trip to Lincolnshire to face Boston is one the cards for April 25.

Blyth Spartans host Leamington while Kidderminster Harriers head to the Impact Arena for a showdown with Alfreton Town.

Guiseley make the trip to Curzon Ashton looking to go one better than last season's final-day draw.

National League North final day fixtures:
AFC Telford United v Bradford (Park Avenue)
Alfreton Town v Kidderminster Harriers
Blyth Spartans v Leamington
Boston United v Hereford
Brackley Town v Gateshead
Chester v Spennymoor Town
Curzon Ashton v Guiseley
Darlington v King's Lynn Town
Farsley Celtic v Altrincham
Kettering Town v Southport
York City v Gloucester City

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