Apart from the Christmas and New Year period, the coming weekend is probably the best one to be in London if you want to see a few games because there are matches on the Friday, Saturday and Monday. Consequently, this week's blog runs from Monday to Monday rather than Monday to Sunday and there are two match maps to make finding games a bit easier.
Another good feature is the staggered kick-offs we have, especially on Monday 21 April. This means you could do a groundhop triple and see three games in one day (UPDATE 20/4/14 - you can now only see two games - see below).
There are loads of combinations thanks to the Combined Counties League scheduling most of their games at 1130am. Leyton Orient's huge game against Wolves starts at 1215pm meaning you could possibly nip down to Millwall or further out east to Dagenham & Redbridge whose games start at 3pm. In the late kick-offs there are games at non-league clubs Barnet, Worcester Park and Southall at 515pm, 645pm and 745pm respectively (UPDATE: 20/4/14 - the Worcester Park match is now at 1130am and Southall is now 3pm). There are other matches kicking off at other odd times throughout the day so check the match map for details.
Here at TLFG we like to help clubs promote special offers and events. Over the last few weeks a number of our local clubs have successfully run free entry or pay what you want schemes. The next to try it out in two weeks time are Ryman League club Corinthian Casuals who are hosting a Family Fun Day on Saturday 26 April. Good luck to them.
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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).
Green pin - Tuesday fixtures
Turquoise pin - Wednesday fixtures
View London match map 14-17 April 2014 in a larger map
EASTER WEEKEND MATCH MAP 18-21 APRIL
Magenta pin - Good Friday fixtures
Blue pin - Saturday fixtures
Yellow pin - Easter Monday fixtures
View London match map 18-21 April 2014 in a larger map
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United - big game in the U21 Premier League at White Hart Lane
Hendon v Harrow Borough - derby between two Isthmian League clubs who groundshare
Tuesday 15 April:
Arsenal v West Ham United - north versus east London derby in the Premier League
Charlton Athletic v Barnsley - relegation 'six-pointer' in the Championship
Haringey Borough v Enfield 1893 - second versus third in the Essex Senior League
Wednesday 16 April:
Epsom Athletic v Spelthorne Sports - a draw here will give Spelthorne the Combined Counties Div 1 title
Middlesex Premier Cup final - Bedfont & Feltham v Staines Lammas at Uxbridge FC
Thursday 17 April:
Arsenal v Chelsea - FA Youth Cup semi-final second leg at the Emirates Stadium
Friday 18 April:
Charlton Athletic v Bolton Wanderers - a big game for the Addicks in their fight against relegation
Brentford v Preston North End - a win against play-off contenders PNE could see Brentford promoted from League One
AFC Wimbledon v Newport County - both still have slim hopes of making the League Two play-offs
Saturday 19 April:
Chelsea v Sunderland - a big game for teams at either end of the Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham - an important game and derby between clubs at either end of the top flight
West Ham United v Crystal Palace - another London derby to look forward to in the Premier League
Watford v Ipswich Town - a win for the visitors could move them into Championship play-off spots
Welling United v Luton Town - the Wings host Luton who could be crowned Conference champions
Wealdstone v Kingstonian - the Stones should get to celebrate winning the Isthmian League title
VCD Athletic v AFC Sudbury - leaders VCD hope to move a step closer to the Isthmian Div 1 North title
Epsom & Ewell v South Park - third placed E&E host the Combined Counties League champions
Spelthorne Sports v Staines Lammas - if they haven't already, Spelthorne should become CC1 champs
Hanwell Town v London Tigers - Hanwell could become Spartan South Mids champs against their near neighbours
Monday 21 April:
QPR v Watford - Rangers need points from this derby to boost their hopes of a Premier League return
Millwall v Doncaster Rovers - a crucial game for the Lions in their fight against relegation to League One
Leyton Orient v Wolverhampton Wanderers - top three clash in League One
Dagenham & Redbridge v Chesterfield - the Daggers host League Two title chasers
Barnet v Braintree Town - two clubs fighting to get into the Conference Premier play-offs meet here
Dartford v Tamworth - the Darts continue their scrap for points against an already relegated side
Sutton United v Concord Rangers - second versus eighth, plenty at stake in this Conference South game
Walton Casuals v Guernsey - a match between two play-off hopefuls in the Isthmian Div 1 South
Whyteleafe v Ashford United - a battle of the top two and potential title decider in the Southern Counties East League
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