The Football Association confirmed the make up of the Southern Premier Division over the weekend which has an enticing local flavour to it.
There will be Hampshire derbies against Basingstoke Town and Farnborough Town, while a little further afield, Boro' will renew rivalries with the Dorset pair of Weymouth and Dorchester and Somerset based Frome Town whom the club have played annual friendlies against in recent years.
Slough, now happily settled back in their own area at Arbor Park after many years of ground sharing will also present a stern test.
One trip to Devon awaits with a visit to Ladysmead and Tiverton Town with the clubs having last met in January 2012 with Gosport losing 3-1. Hereford will be a massive game for the club at home and away while the trip to Wales and Merthyr Town will prove to be interesting.
A group of clubs in the Luton area means Boro' will be well acquainted with the M1 while there are familiar opponents in Bishops Stortford who have also been relegated from the National South.
Further afield, in the Midlands Gosport will head to Redditch United, Banbury United and Stratford Town while Kings Lynn will be amongst the further ever away trips for a regular league game.
Full constitution of the Southern League's Premier Divison for 2017/17 (all clubs played in the Southern Premier in 2016/17 unless stated):
Bishops Stortford (relegated from National League South)
Farnborough (promoted from Southern League Central via play-offs)
Gosport Borough (relegated from National League South)
Hereford (promoted from Southern League South & West as Champions)
Kings Lynn Town
Royston Town (promoted from Southern League Central as Champions)
St Ives Town
St Neots Town
Tiverton Town (promoted from Southern League South & West via play-offs)
Updated 07:43 - 31 May 2017 by Site Manager