Halesowen Town FC welcome Workington AFC to The Grove as the Yeltz hope to kick start their 2015/16 season. The clubs have met twice before, the last time being in February 2015 in a 0-0 draw at Borough Park.
Workington pushed FC United of Manchester to the title last season missig out by two points after their relegation from the Conference North after a nine year stay.
Yeltz will continue to be without Ashley Parsons-Smith following an operation on his elbow and Danny Bragoli is a doubt after picking up a knock a week ago at Mickleover.
As ever, The James Grove Bar situated within the ground will be open from 12pm, entry can be gained to the ground through the Old Hawne Lane end turnstiles. Fans can enjoy a selection of local real ales and refreshments. Live is also available on three large screen TV's.
Halesowen Town Football Club have announced a fans forum will take place on Saturday 12th September 2015 at 6pm in the James Grove Lounge. This will take place after the FA Cup game at home to Mickleover Sports. In attendance will be Chairman Colin Brookes, Manager John Hill, Assistant Manager Matt Clarke and Owner Steve Lynch. We hope to see as many fans there as possible!
Halesowen Town have been drawn at home to fellow Northern Premier League side Mickleover Sports in the FA Cup First Qualifying Round. The tie is due to played in Saturday 12th September 2015, kick off 3pm at The Grove.