There are some miles to be traveled next season in the SkyBet League 2
Now the fixtures are out the planning for next season can start properly and one of the first things to look at is the distances that Town will travel.
A quick look at the AA route finder shows that Plymouth and Portsmouth will be the longest trips while Tranmere and Burton are the shortest.
There are a number of stadiums that Town have visited in the last couple of years but the likes of Exeter City, Cambridge United, Luton Town and Mansfield will be our first visits in a while.
There are no new clubs to play but one new stadium to visit, Newport County’s Rodney Parade Stadium which they moved to in 2013.
Saturday October 4th - Plymouth Argyle 224 miles
Saturday March 28th – Portsmouth 205 miles
Saturday September 27th - Southend United 195 miles
Saturday September 6th - Hartlepool United 194 miles
Saturday November 22nd - Exeter City 182 miles
Saturday November 1st - Dagenham & Redbridge 181 miles
Tuesday February 10th - Carlisle United 175 miles
Saturday August 9th - A.F.C. Wimbledon 172 miles
Saturday September 13th – Stevenage 145 miles
Saturday October 18th - York City 145 miles
Saturday March 14th - Wycombe Wanderers 142 miles
Saturday December 13th - Cambridge United 144 miles
Friday December 26th - Oxford United 126 miles
Saturday January 10th - Luton Town 130 miles
Tuesday March 17th – Morecambe 116 miles
Tuesday March 3rd - Accrington Stanley 98 miles
Saturday August 23rd - Northampton Town 97 miles
Saturday January 31st - Newport County 95 miles
Monday April 6th - Mansfield Town 90 miles
Tuesday April 14th – Bury 80 miles
Saturday 2th April – Cheltenham Town 73 miles
Saturday February 21st - Tranmere Rovers 60 miles
Saturday January 3rd - Burton Albion 57 miles
Season tickets for Town’s games at the Greenhous Meadow are still ‘Frozen for June’ - Season Tickets frozen for June