The 2022/23 National League promises to be one of the most competitive yet with a stacked roster of prestigious clubs populating the division.
Wrexham have major Hollywood backing thanks to the takeover by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney. The Welsh club reached the playoff semi-finals last season and will expect to claim automatic promotion this time around.
Former Premier League club Oldham Athletic have dropped into the fifth tier ahead of the 2022/23 season, while Scunthorpe United will also make their National League debut.
Notts County, Chesterfield, Southend United and Yeovil Town are among the other big names set to feature in the 2022/23 National League. We take a look at the upcoming fixture release and betting odds.
When are the 2022/23 National League fixtures released?
The National League fixtures for the fifth tier and National League North/South divisions will be released in the upcoming weeks.
For all the latest news regarding the 2022/23 National League fixture release, check out our National League fixtures hub, as linked.
2022/23 National League Winner Odds - Outright
The odds provided below represent the best value on the market that we could find. Odds correct as of June 2022.
- Wrexham - 6/4
- Notts County - 8/1
- Chesterfield - 9/1
- Solihull Moors - 11/1
- Southend United - 16/1
- Boreham Wood - 20/1
- Dagenham and Redbridge - 20/1
- Halifax Town - 25/1
- Oldham Athletic - 25/1
- Yeovil Town - 25/1
- Torquay United - 25/1
- Scunthorpe United - 33/1
- Bromley - 50/1
- York City - 50/1
- Woking - 66/1
- Barnet 66/1
- Dorking Wanderers - 66/1
- Gateshead - 100/1
- Aldershot Town - 100/1
- Eastleigh - 100/1
- Altrincham Town - 125/1
- Maidenhead United - 150/1
- Maidstone United - 150/1
- Wealdstone - 150/1
Wrexham are the expected pre-season National League favourites, priced up by the bookies at a staggeringly short 6/4.
Notts County suffered heartbreak in the playoffs last season but are tipped to be Wrexham's closest challengers at 8/1, while Chesterfield and Solihull Moors are also expected to match last season's playoff finishes.
Newly relegated Oldham Athletic and Scunthorpe United are expected to struggle despite the drop in division, priced up at 25/1 and 33/1 respectively.