Westbury United get their first taste of Southern League football in their 102 year history this season as they start away against Willand Rovers.

Fuxtures for the Southern League season have been announced with Swindon Supermarine and Salisbury FC will be both be competing in the Southern League Premier Division, Melksham Town and Westbury United in the Southern League Division One South and Highworth Town in the Southern League Division One Central.

The Southern League season begins on the 6th August, with Supermarine travelling to Hartley Wintney and Salisbury playing host to Beaconsfield Town.

Supermarine will have their first home game the following weekend as they play host to Hendon, whilst Salisbury head to Hayes and Yeading United.

Melksham, the other team in the Southern League Division One South, start their season with a home fixture against Exmouth United.

The first team to travel to Westbury will be on 16th August on the Tuesday night against Evesham Rovers and they are once again at home on the Saturday against Wimborne Town.

Melksham play their next two games away from home against Sholing and Tavistock AFC, meaning they play both sides promoted from the Western League in their opening two matches, as Tavistock won that division and Exmouth finished behind them in second.

In the Division One Central Highworth kick-off their season at home against Hadley, before they head to AFC Dunstable on the Tuesday night.

Over the festive period, Supermarine are at home against North Leigh on Boxing Day and head to Merthyr Town on 2nd January, whereas Salisbury will be away at Winchester City on Boxing Day before they bring in the new year by welcoming Poole Town to the Raymond McEnhill Stadium on the 2nd January.

In the Southern League Division One South Melksham are at home to Frome Town on Boxing Day, whilst Westbury travel to Larkhall and they face off against each other on 2nd January at Meadow Lane.

In the Southern League Division One Central Highworth are at home to Cirencester Town on Boxing Day before making the trip to Didcot Town on 2nd January.

The Southern League regular season will end on the 22nd April with Salisbury at home to Weston Super Mare, Supermarine hosting Chesham United, Westbury playing at home against Bristol Manor Farm, Melksham travelling to Larkhall, and Highworth in front of their own crowd against Biggleswade FC.