WARRINGTON Town will have more travelling to do next season after their opponents were confirmed.

Under the newly restructured league system, Yellows will only have 42 league games to play in 2018-19 as opposed to 46.

However, based upon the shortest routes to the opposition team’s ground from Cantilever Park, Warrington’s players and fans will have 78 miles further to travel over the coming season.

The average distance of Yellows’ away trips next year will be 71.8 miles, compared to 62.1 miles last season.

Their shortest trip will be to Witton Albion - a journey of just over 10 miles - while the 158-mile haul to newly-promoted South Shields is the longest they will face

The addition of South Shields, Scarborough Athletic, Gainsborough Trinity and North Ferriby United to the league means Paul Carden’s men have seven away trips of 100 miles or more – adding to pre-existing trips to Grantham Town, Workington and Whitby Town – as opposed to just three last year.

Bamber Bridge and Basford United are also new opponents for Yellows next season.

In total, away trips will total 1,507 miles in 2018-19, compared to 1,429 miles in the season just gone.

The restructure means that Barwell, Stourbridge, Rushall Olympic, Coalville Town, Hednesford Town, Halesowen Town and Sutton Coldfield Town all join the new Southern League Premier Central.