Sunday 31st July
Billingham Town v Newton Aycliffe
Consett v Seaham Red Star
Guisborough Town v Bishop Auckland
North Shields v West Allotment Celtic
Penrith v Ashington
Redcar Athletic v Northallerton Town
Sunderland RCA v Sunderland Ryhope CW
Thornaby v Crook Town
West Auckland Town v Newcastle Benfield
Whitley Bay v Whickham
In Divison One there are three new teams promoted - West Allotment Celtic travel to North Shields, Redcar Athletic open with a home game against Norhallerton Town and Crook Town, returning to Division One after relegation from 2015, travel to Thornaby. West Allotment Celtic were last in the top division in 2017 with Redcar Athletic making their debut at Step Five on the non-league ladder having been formed as Teesside Athletic in 1993.
The Premier Division will be without Stockton Town, Hebburn Town and Shildon who have all been promoted to the play at Step Four in the Northern Premier League.
Bedlington Terriers v Blyth Town
Carlisle City v Billingham Synthonia
Chester-le-Street v Newcastle University
Esh Winning v Birtley Town
Horden CW v Washington
Jarrow v Easington Colliery
Ryton & Crawcrook Albion v Heaton Stannington
Sunderland West End v Brandon United
Tow Law Town v Redcar Town
Willington v Durham City
Blyth Town, Redcar Town and Horden CW join Division One. Blyth Town join from the Northern Alliance Premier Division - the original Blyth Town were established as a junior club but expanded to form mens and women's teams. In 2015 the first teams broke away from the main club and were promoted to the Northern League Division Two for the 2016/17 season being renamed Blyth AFC for the 2017/18 season - they were promoted to Division One for the 2018/19 season but resigned after just four games played due to lack of support and a permanent home ground. The original Blyth Town were reformed and joined Division Two of the Northern Alliance for the 2017/18 and have moved back up the leagues since.
Redcar Town were formed in 2014 joining the Teesside League - a previous Redcar Town played in the Wearside League from 1998 to 2003. They join from the North Riding League.
Horden Community Welfare were formed in 2017 after the original Horden Colliery Welfare club moved 30 miles away to become the reserve side of then National League North side Darlington being renamed Darlington 1883 Reserves. The historic club originally formed in 1908 were members of The Northern League from 1975 to 2013 and 2021 see's a welcome return to the league for the coastal village of Horden and their home Welfare Park.