Maidenhead United's 2022/23 National League fixture list revealed

Maidenhead United’s fixtures for the forthcoming 2022/23 National League season have been revealed.

The Magpies will travel to Notts County on the opening day of the season (Saturday, August 6). This will be followed by a home tie against former League Two outfit Scunthorpe United (Saturday, August 13).

Alan Devonshire’s men will travel to Grosvenor Vale on Boxing Day (Monday, December 26) before facing Wealdstone again on New Year’s Day (Sunday, January 1).

Maidenhead United will conclude the season with a trip to National League North champions Gateshead (Saturday, April 29).

For the full fixture list, see below:


August 6: Notts County (A)

August 13: Scunthorpe United (H)

August 16: Altrincham (H)

August 20: Dagenham & Redbridge (A)

August 27: York City (H)

August 29: Southend United (A)


September 3: FC Halifax Town (H)

September 10: Wrexham (A)

September 13: Boreham Wood (A)

September 17: Woking (H)

September 24: Gateshead (H)


October 1: Chesterfield (A)

October 4: Torquay United (A)

October 8: Oldham Athletic (H)

October 22: Barnet (A)

October 25: Solihull Moors (H)

October 29: Bromley (H)


November 8: Yeovil Town (A)

November 12: Aldershot Town (A)

November 19: Eastleigh (H)

November 26: Maidstone United (A)


December 3: Dorking Wanderers (H)

December 10: Notts County (H)

December 13: Altrincham (A)

December 26: Wealdstone (A)


January 1: Wealdstone (H)

January 7: Scunthorpe United (A)

January 21: Dagenham & Redbridge (H)

January 24: Southend United (H)

January 28: York City (A)


February 4: Bromley (A)

February 11: Aldershot (H)

February 18: Eastleigh (A)

February 21: Yeovil Town (H)

February 25: FC Halifax Town (A)


March 4: Wrexham (H)

March 7: Boreham Wood (H)

March 11: Woking (A)

March 18: Maidstone United (H)

March 25: Dorking Wanderers (A)


April 1: Chesterfield (H)

April 7: Solihull Moors (A)

April 10: Torquay United (H)

April 15: Oldham Athletic (A)

April 22: Barnet (A)

April 29: Gateshead (A)

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