Last year: 14th

Betting Odds: 20/1

Overview: Gavin Cowman starts his first season in the hot seat after Rob Edwards guided Telford to a mid-table finish last year.

Dangermen include new signings Daniel Udoh, who has scored five times during pre-season, and midfielder James McQuilkin, who has signed from rivals Kidderminster Harriers.

The Bucks have also recruited midfielder Darryl Knights, who has come in from Tamworth along with left-back Steph Morley.


Last year: 17th

Odds: 20/1

Overview: The Reds have had a very busy summer in then transfer market, bringing in 14 new recruits.

These have included experienced defender Martin Riley, who has penned a one-year deal from Halifax Town.

Manager Bill Heath, who took over in May, will hope his squad can gel quickly as they look to make an impact on the title picture.


Last year: Promoted

Odds: 25/1

Overview: Sports science lecturer Phil Parkinson's men will look to cause a few shocks and claim a few scalps as they gear up for life as a full-time club.

The J Davidson Stadium outfit hope to build on winning the Evo-Stik NPL Premier by 13 points last season.

Summer signing Liam Goulding summed up the Robins' aims. He said: "I think as a group we all believe we can do something in this league.

"First and foremost, we want to maintain ourselves, but I think we can surprise a few."


Last year: Promoted

Odds: 66/1

Overview: United will be looking to make an impact this season, but manager Jody Banim was not encouraged by a pre-season display.

He described losing 3-0 to Trafford as awful and said he would have to further re-shape his squad ahead of the new campaign.

Summer signings have included former Accrington Stanley and Lincoln City midfielder Bohan Dixon.


Last year: 10th

Odds: 25/1

Overview: Much of Spartans' pre-season talk has been of former Spurs star Pascal Chimbonda, 39, pulling on the green and white-striped jersey.

He played for the club in their 2-2 friendly draw against South Shields last month, but only to build up his fitness.

Instead, Spartans boss Alun Armstrong has brought in Alex Nicholson, Jamie Holmes, Kieran Green and Bradley Fewster.


Last year: 9th

Odds: 20/1

Overview: The Pilgrims finished three points and two places off a play-off place last year and have been quick to re-group.

Boss Craig Elliott has added firepower in the form of former Lincoln City ace Adam Marriott, 27, who grabbed 31 goals for Southern Premier League side Royston Town last season.

He has pulled off some good signings like experienced Nathan Arnold, defender John McCombe and centre-forward and Jonny Margetts as Boston aim to be a force to be reckoned with.


Last year: 3rd

Odds: 12/1

Overview: Kevin Wilkin's side will look to put their play-off heartbreak behind them this year and have been named fourth favourite for the title by the bookies.

The FA Trophy victory at Wembley proved a tonic, but they have been dealt a couple of blows over the summer.

Top scorer Aaron Williams has gone to the team who broke their heart in May's National League North Promotion Final. Harrogate came calling, as did Solihull Moors for defender Alex Gudger.


Last year: 7th.

Odds: 20/1

Overview: Mark Bower's men experienced the highs and lows of play-off football. They secured a place on a dramatic day but, after victory to Kidderminster Harriers, lost out to Brackley.

New PA signings include defender Danny Lowe, who has reunited with Bower after their spell together at Guiseley.

The 30th anniversary of the club's reformation has seen them also recruit Salford City’s forward Jake Beesley on a season-long loan.

Beesley is the son of ex-Sheffield United and Leeds United centre-back Paul Beesley.


Last year: Relegated from Vanarama National League

Odds: 8/1

Overview: One of the most eye-catching captures over the summer was Chester recruiting managerial duo Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson.

The pair, who starred in the TV documentary series about City, left promoted Salford City and will be looking for similar success at Deva Stadium.

They have signed striker Anthony Dudley and defender Danny Livesey on a season-long loan deals.


Last year: 6th

Odds: 25/1

Overview: Losing out on the play-offs last season, Chorley's biggest headlines have been made off the pitch.

Matt Jansen resigned as manager in June and has since been replaced at the Magpies by former player Jamie Vermiglio.

Chorley have made five signings during pre-season, including Elliot Newby who joins twin brother Alex at the club.


Last year: 18th

Odds: 66/1

Overview: Curzon are second-from-bottom in the bookies' odds for the title with reason. They finished just two places and three points above the relegation places last year and

Manager John Flanagan has recruited striker-turned-defender Michael Clarke from Stockport County.


Last year: 12th

Odds: 25/1

Overview: Striker Reece Styche says he signed a two-year contract extension at the Quakers due to the good feelings at the club.

Manager Tommy Wright will hope this good news can propel his club up the table and reach at least the top six.

Darlington-born former Middlesbrough and York City defender Jonny Burn has also put pen to paper this summer for his hometown club.


Last year: 16th.

Odds: 66/1

Overview: Tom Greaves, only the second manager in the club's 13-year history, will hope to improve on last season's 16th-placed finish. He will hope another campaign battling relegation is not on the cards this time around.

FC United are the largest fan-owned football club in the United Kingdom by number of members.


Last year: Relegated from Vanarama National League

Odds: 9/1

Overview: It has been a summer of change at Nethermoor Park. Out went caretaker manager Sean St Ledger and in came joint bosses Marcus Bignot and Russ O'Neill.

Boosts have included powerful striker Kayode Odejayi, 36, who has signed a new contract at Nethermoor.

Zimbabwean international Cliff Moyo has joined from FC Halifax Town as one of a number of new recruits.


Last year: Promoted

Odds: 14/1

Overview: The phoenix club of Hereford United, the FC version have stormed up the lower leagues under Peter Beadle.

The Edgar Street club have been dealt a couple of summer blows. Striker Mike Symons will miss the first two months of the new campaign with a fracture to his fibula.

Captain Jimmy Oates has done enough to earn a deal at League Two side Exeter City following a three-week trial.


Last year: 4th

Odds: 8/1

Overview: It's been changes galore at Aggborough over the summer.

After two seasons in charge, John Eustace quit to join Steve McClaren's coaching staff at Queens Park Rangers following their play-off loss to Bradford (Park Avenue).

Neil MacFarlane took on the hotseat and has recruited former Leicester City striker Ashley Chambers from Nuneaton.


Last year: 19th

Odds: 66/1

Overview: Surviving relegation by just one place and three points, Leamington boss Paul Holleran has made a host of signings.

The Brakes have brought in James Bowen from Hereford, Checkaine Steele and Anthony Dwye. But they have released midfielder Kurtis Raven.


Last year: 13th

Odds: 33/1

Overview: Manager Nicky Eaden will hope for an improvement on his side's mid-table finish last term.

A key recruitment has been Lee Fowler, who will take on the role of Eaden’s number two, having played for the club in the 2014/15 campaign, playing 21 times and scoring three goals.


Last year: 15th

Odds: 7/1

Overview: Boss Liam Watson has seen his side go from mid-table finishers last season, to second bookies' favourite this year.

His summer captures include defender Stefan Mueller, 22, from New York, who has also played in Germany.

They have also enjoyed a positive pre-season on the pitch, including a 3-1 win over Bury and a 1-1 with Accrington Stanley.


Last year: 8th

Odds: 33/1

Overview: Spennymoor got their play-off revenge on Bradford PA with the capture of their striker Adam Boyes.

He became Jason Ainsley’s seventh summer signing and has previously playing for Boston United, Guiseley and Barrow.

He also had a spell at York City where he earned himself an England ‘C’ cap, then Scunthorpe United and now Brewery Field.


Last year: 5th

Odds: 6/1

Overview: Stockport are looking good for a title charge despite being dealt a double pre-season blow.

Striker Jason Oswell has joined Morecambe after he scored 29 goals in all competitions last season and was County’s Player of the Year.

Meanwhile, Jimmy Ball joined League Two Stevenage in May.

New signings include striker Nyal Bell from Rochdale.


Last year: 11th

Odds: 13/2

Overview: A poor end to last season put pay to the Minstermen's play-off chances.

But manager Martin Gray has re-bounded and looks set to make a title charge.

Eight signings have been made over the summer, including experienced midfielder Russ Penn on a free transfer.