Confirmation of St Albans City’s opponents for next year’s Vanarama National League South season

PUBLISHED: 21:47 10 May 2018

St Albans City have found out who they will be playing in next season's Vanarama National League South. Picture: BOB WALKLEY

St Albans City have found out who they will be playing in next season's Vanarama National League South. Picture: BOB WALKLEY

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St Albans City’s opponents for next year’s Vanarama National League South campaign have been revealed.

There are no surprises with the new clubs in the division being Torquay United, Woking, Billericay Town, Dulwich Hamlet and Slough Town.

There had been thoughts that Hereford may placed into the South as well but they have allocated to the North Division.

Other than that the Saints will face old rivals like Hemel Hempstead Town, Wealdstone and Braintree Town as they bid to improve on their eighth place this season.

Vanarama National League South:

Bath City

Billericay Town

Braintree Town or Hampton & Richmond Borough

Chelmsford City

Chippenham Town

Concord Rangers

Dartford

Dulwich Hamlet

East Thurrock United

Eastbourne Borough

Gloucester City

Hemel Hempstead Town

Hungerford Town

Oxford City

Slough Town

St Albans City

Torquay United

Truro City

Wealdstone

Welling United

Weston-super-Mare

Woking

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