National League North is now complete for the 2023/24 campaign after all the promotions and relegations were confirmed at the end of the past season.
Coming down to join us from National League North will be Scunthorpe United who suffered back-to-back relegations to slide down to the sixth tier from League Two.
Coming up from below, we welcome local rivals South Shields who won the Northern Premier League Premier Division title under Kevin Phillips before he was replaced by his former Sunderland teammate Julio Arca earlier this month.
Also arriving from that division will be Warrington Town who sealed their place in National League North for the first time in the club’s history with a 1-0 Play-Off Final win over Bamber Bridge.
The Southern League Premier Division Central was won by Tamworth who will move up to National League North, and they will be joined by Rushall Olympic who made their own history by seeing off Nuneaton Borough in the division’s Play-Off Final.
And it was announced on Monday lunchtime that Bishop’s Stortford, who won the Isthmian League Premier Division title, have been allocated a place in National League North – the first time they will have operated at sixth tier level for almost three decades.
Every Wednesday over the coming weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at each of the new clubs joining us in National League North for 2023/24 in a special feature for the summer months.
National League North 2023/24
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