CHIPPENHAM Town will travel to Dulwich Hamlet on the opening day of the new National League South season.

Mike Cook’s men travel to London on Saturday, August 14 before welcoming Ebbsfleet United a week later for the Bluebirds’ first home encounter of the 2021-22 campaign.

Chippenham’s derby date against Bath City will once again take place on Boxing Day, with the Wiltshire side again taking their turn as the home side in the first meeting.

Cook’s men will then travel to Twerton Park on Sunday, January 2 following a visit to Hungerford Town on Tuesday, December 28.

The Bluebirds end their season with another away day, this time against Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday, May 7. That comes five days after the club’s final home game of the season when Chippenham welcome Hungerford to the Thornbury Surfacing Stadium on Monday, May 2.

Once ties against Dulwich and Ebbsfleet are out of the way, Chippenham will face Slough Town and Havant during August.

St Albans, Chelmsford, and Concord Rangers make up September’s fixture list, as does the second round of FA Cup qualifying.

Five games in August precede a trio of fixtures in November - one of which could be moved should Chippenham make it through to the FA Cup first round proper.

Meanwhile, a home game against Dorking Wanderers comes before an away trip to Oxford City in the first fortnight of December.

Chippenham can look forward to three home games in January against Slough, Tonbridge Angels, and St Albans before three more home ties throughout February are broken up by a trip to Welling.

A trio of away games feature in March - Braintree, Hemel Hempstead, and Tonbridge are currently pencilled in.

A busy April sees Chippenham play six times as the National League South season begins to wind down for another year.