Welcome to non league daily news now - your number one spot for all things relating to the National League System. Our dedicated reporters have come straight from the sidelines to bring you news fresh from the dugout - but not before they’ve stopped off at the burger van first!
We know that non league football fans are full of heart, passion, and belief. You trust the manager, you believe in the team, and, for some strange reason, you trust those rickety stands, too! Here at Non League Daily, we hope we can become your trusted non league news resource - a platform that’s just as passionate about non league daily news now as you.
Come rain or shine, we’ll be out reporting on the latest non league fixtures. We’ll also be scouring the news, refreshing social media, and sourcing information from team websites in the hopes of finding the latest breaking non league daily news for our readers.
As you’ll soon see, we’ve got exclusive match reports on the Vanarama National League, we’ve got transfer speculation that’ll affect the National League South, we’ve found great stories that’ll spice up the National League North, and we’ve even got news on the latest giant killers of the FA Cup.
We may not be able to agree on who is going up this year, but we can all agree that any news on the NLS worth knowing will be published here, at Non League Daily.
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