|Tickets for the match of the week are only £10 for adults|
The only other professional team in action in the capital this week are League Two Barnet. They have an unusual home fixture against Hungerford Town - it's eye-catching because the visitors play three divisions below them in the Southern League and it's an unwritten rule that the smaller club usually hosts such friendlies at this time of year. With tickets also priced at £10 for adults it's unlikely to be a sell out.
In total there are only 13 games that I know about over the next few days with many of them taking place on clubs' training pitches and at hired neutral 3G facilities in schools and leisure centres (make sure you check with clubs before you travel that matches are still taking place and/or the venue hasn't changed). Although most of these will grant free entry, it's not going to be much of a spectacle. You could say this edition of the blog is a soft re-launch with most clubs not really getting into things for another two weeks.
The other point of note is that we have had a handful of new teams join at Step 6/Level 10 this season and some clubs have moved to new grounds at various levels (sometimes meaning they've left our catchment area) so there's some fresh opportunities to groundhop.
I don't have a huge amount to add at this stage. Hope you have a good week and here's to an exciting 2015/16.
Got any questions about visiting London? Don't hesitate to ask - be they football or more general travel/touristy queries.
It should also be noted that the top four levels are for fully professional teams. Level 5 has a mixture of professional and semi-professional teams, while Levels 6-10 will see most players paid but it will vary from no more than travel expenses at the bottom, right up to several hundred pounds a week at the top (e.g. clubs in the Conference South).
Red pin - Wednesday fixtures
Blue pin - Saturday fixtures