As a general principle, this is pretty much the best way to get tickets at face value for Arsenal, Chelsea and Crystal Palace as membership is usually required to get into their home games.
Elsewhere, we're still no closer to finding out when the Isthmian League Premier Division play-offs will take place.
After being found guilty of fielding an ineligible player in controversial circumstances and subsequently being docked three points, fifth-placed Enfield Town are preparing an appeal which has put the whole post-season on hold. The next few days should be interesting to say the least.
Elsewhere in the lower division Isthmian play-offs, our two local sides who did qualify, Thurrock and Whyteleafe, both came unstuck so will have to spend another year in the eighth tier.
I think that's it from me - I hope to make it to the Middlesex Senior Cup Final this weekend to finally get to see Harrow in action for the first time this season. Very poor by me.
Enjoy your week.
Got any questions about visiting London? Don't hesitate to ask - be they football or more general travel/touristy queries.
As has become customary at this time of year, the match map has been bulked out with games at Step 7/Level 11 and also some women's football. With the Step 7 games, venue and kick-off times can be hard to get hold of or be unreliable so please make sure you check with clubs before you travel just in case a game has been called off or the venue or kick-off time has been changed. Also, please let me know if anything is wrong or missing.
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).
Green pin - Tuesday fixtures
Orange pin - Thursday fixtures
Claret pin - Friday fixtures
Blue pin - Saturday fixtures
White pin - Sunday fixtures
Next up is this week's TLFG match recommendations where I list a few games which I think could be worth a watch. If I miss one that you think should get a mention then add your own in the comments section below.
1. Chelsea v Liverpool - with the Blues wrapping up their fourth Premier League title on Sunday this match between two of the country's football giants has lost a little bit of its edge. The rivalry between the two is significant though and the Reds still need points to try and break into the top four. Chelsea are unbeaten in seven against Liverpool and Jose Mourinho will want to make sure that run continues. (Premier League, Sunday 10 May, 4pm. Ticket info)
4. Boreham Wood v Whitehawk - play-off fever also returns to Meadow Park for the second weekend running when The Wood look to complete what would be a remarkable promotion to the fifth tier of English football. By completing a 4-2 aggregate victory over Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday, the Hertfordshire club secured home advantage for the Conference South play-off final against another set of Hawks. The Sussex outfit's presence in the final is also notable as, like Boreham Wood, they are one of the least supported clubs in the division. In fact, if you added the two clubs' average crowds together (312 and 258) it would still come out as less than that of either of the beaten semi-finalists. Despite this, both sides have made solid progress through the divisions in recent seasons with Whitehawk climbing particularly swiftly. They've done this mainly through significant spending which hasn't made them over popular with other supporters but here they stand on the brink of games with the likes of Tranmere Rovers and maybe even Bristol Rovers if the play-offs don't work out. The Hawks took four points off Boreham Wood during the regular season so shouldn't be overawed. (Conference South play-off final, Saturday 9 May, 3pm. Ticket info)
6. London Senior Cup Final - with most of the league action over, we've reached the point of the season where we get to enjoy a few local county cup finals. Although the Football Association run the game in this country, each county also has its own local FA with its own cups. Although the big clubs are allowed to enter sides in most of these tournaments, they often don't and consequently they provide a great opportunity for non-league sides to win some silverware. This year's London final is between Isthmian League clubs Hendon and Tooting & Mitcham United. As runners-up in the league and winners of the league cup, the Greens will start as big favourites over their Division 1 South opponents. The match will be played at Metropolitan Police's ground in Thames Ditton. No ticket details are currently available but it's likely to be £10 for adults, payable on the gate. (London Senior Cup Final, Thursday 7 May, 745pm.)