The National League has announced its fixtures for the forthcoming season - and Curzon Ashton open their account with a home game against Alfreton Town
Steve Cunningham's side are preparing for their sixth consecutive season in the National League North.
Cunningham, who joined in May having spent six successful years at Colne, has already made his mark at the club by bringing in a new wave of players.
Max Harrop, a midfielder, has joined from Altrincham after helping the Robins to promotion last season, whilst former Stockport County captain paul Turnbull, who has played as high as League One, has also put pen to paper.
There is a real blend of experiences and youthful players, with Isaac Sinclair - son of former England and Manchester City winger Trevor - also agreeing new terms.
Defender Olly Thornley is also staying at the Tameside Stadium having become a fans’ favourite with his no-nonse displays despite his young age.
As well as taking charge of first team matters, Cunningham will also be engaging with the Women’s Team, the Community Foundation, and other elements of the club, as he aims to bring everyone together under one umbrella.
Curzon begin their campaign with a home game against Alfreton Town.
Other notable fixtures include a visit to Southport on Boxing Day and a visit to Darlington’s 25,000 capacity Echo Arena on Saturday, April 17 - although this may chance over the coming months depending on Coronavirus rules.
The Quakers are returning to the arena on a temporary basis at their current home of Blackwell Meadows doesn’t have the capacity to meet season ticket demand amid the ongoing restrictions due to Covid-19.
The Nash also have a long trip to Gateshead on Tuesday, November 10.
Monday 5 - Alfreton Town (H)
Saturday 10 - Brackley Town (A)
Saturday 17 - Farsley Celtic (H)
Saturday 24 - Chester (A)
Saturday 31 - Darlington (H)
Saturday 7 - Blyth Spartans (H)
Tuesday 10 - Gateshead (A)
Saturday 14 - Kettering Town (A)
Monday 16 - AFC Fylde (H)
Saturday 21 - Leamington (H)
Saturday 28 - Kidderminster (A)
Tuesday 1 - Chorley (A)
Saturday 12 - Gloucester City (H)
Saturday 26 - Southport (A)
Monday 28 - Bradford PA (H)
Saturday 2nd - Southport (H)
Saturday 9 - Guiseley (A)
Saturday 16 - AFC Telford (H)
Saturday 23 - Spennymoor (A)
Saturday 30 - York City (A)
Saturday 6 - Boston United (H)
Tuesday 9 - Hereford (A)
Saturday 13 - Brackley Town (H)
Saturday 20 - Alfreton Town (A)
Saturday 27 - Chester (H)
Saturday 6 - Farsley Celtic (A)
Saturday 13 - Gateshead (H)
Saturday 20 - Blyth Spartans (A)
Tuesday 23 - AFC Fylde (A)
Saturday 27 - Kettering Town (H)
Friday 2 - Leamington (A)
Monday 5 - Kidderminster (H)
Saturday 10 - Gloucester City (A)
Monday 12 - Chorley (H)
Saturday 17 - Darlington (A)
Saturday 24 - Hereford (H)
Saturday 1 - Bradford PA (A)
Monday 3 - Guiseley (H)
Saturday. 8 - AFC Telford (A)
Saturday 15 - Spennymoor (H)
Saturday 22 - York City (H)
Saturday 29 - Boston United (A)