Keeping up with non-leagues

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So I have expressed more interest in the non-leagues, but there isn't much way for me to watch it or hear about it. Are there any non-league papers, non-league shows or any other way I can keep up with it?
 

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There's the NLP (Non-League Paper) that's out every Sunday.

Also a Conference Scene PDF that comes out once a month but that's more statistical based breakdown.
 

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There's the NLP (Non-League Paper) that's out every Sunday.

Also a Conference Scene PDF that comes out once a month but that's more statistical based breakdown.
Is there any way I can receive the NLP outside of Europe though? I'm aware there is a non-league paper, but I'm curious as to how I can read it.

Can you explain what the Conference Scence PDF is?
 

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Oh its a PDF. Silly me.

Still want to know an answer to the first question though.
 

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Something the Conference Twitter account publishes every month, can't say it interests me as it only covers the Premier Division. There's also the non-league show that's broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live every Sunday morning. Try the non-league paper website in answer to your first question, you can certainly download a PDF of it but it costs.

http://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/ - I use FWP on more or less a daily basis, covers the top 4 steps of non-league football, up to date news articles in all of the leagues. Really useful.
 

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Something the Conference Twitter account publishes every month, can't say it interests me as it only covers the Premier Division. There's also the non-league show that's broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live every Sunday morning. Try the non-league paper website in answer to your first question, you can certainly download a PDF of it but it costs.

http://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/ - I use FWP on more or less a daily basis, covers the top 4 steps of non-league football, up to date news articles in all of the leagues. Really useful.
Cheers. One last question, til what tier is it covered?

I'd like to see how Darlington are doing at the moment.
 

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Something the Conference Twitter account publishes every month, can't say it interests me as it only covers the Premier Division. There's also the non-league show that's broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live every Sunday morning. Try the non-league paper website in answer to your first question, you can certainly download a PDF of it but it costs.

http://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/ - I use FWP on more or less a daily basis, covers the top 4 steps of non-league football, up to date news articles in all of the leagues. Really useful.
Seconded. I also use FWP dailly. Its a very good website.
 

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The Non-League Paper's ace. Written with its heart in the right place, full of dad pun headlines but I often lose an hour or two on Sundays poring over alien leagues. It's the Evo-Stik League Pitchero website that I czech out after looking at the Conference site on a Saturday because it's a slick service and both the NPLP and the NPL1 are really open and interesting this year.
 

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People also post links to match highights on here, although that is mainly Conference Premier, so if you have maybe an hour to spend you could probably see all the significant action for any particular matchday.
 

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I'll probably express most interest in the Conference premier because that is the league behind the football league 2, so that shouldn't be an issue.

Doesn't Maidstone get big crowds?
 

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Yes they do but you have to remember that they were always a very senior non-league club and were in the Conference in the 1980s unitl they won it in 88/89.
 

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