Worthing will start their Vanarama National League south season with three away games.

The club were granted permission to travel in the opening weeks while they complete major improvement work at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium.

They go to Weston-Super-Mare on August 10, the opening day of the campaign, then visit St Albans and Hemel on the subsequent Saturdays.

Action starts at home on Bank Holiday Monday, August 26, when Truro visit Woodside Road.

By that stage, the ground should look rather different than it did on the day of last term’s play-off final.

A new covered terrace is being built along the north side of the ground and signs of that progressing have been visible on footage of pre-season training sessions.

Worthing are then back on the road, at Hampton and Richmond, then Boreham Wood, meaning five of their first six league games are away.

Hornchurch visit West Sussex on September 7.

Rebels’ Boxing Day game is away to Dorking Wanderers, who were relegated last season, and they host Eastbourne Borough on New Year’s Day.

The return games are over Easter, with Worthing going to Priory Lane on Good Friday and entertaining Dorking on the Monday, which is their final home game of the season.

They end the season at Enfield on April 26.

Borough kick-off at home to Chesham on August 10 and go to Hornchurch the following Saturday.

They also have home games in the opening months with Aveley on August 24 and Dorking Wanderers on August 31 either side of Bank Holiday game at Weymouth.

Their Boxing Day game is at home to Salisbury, who they visit on Easter Monday before ending the season at home to Weston-Super-Mare.

Full fixture lists for Worthing and for Eastbourne Borough can be found via the club’s websites.