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Join us for non-stop National League betting action as we offer all the latest tips and predictions from the fifth tier of English football.
The fight to get into League 2 is a tough one, with 24 teams from across Britain battling it out for the prize of promotion. Split into three divisions, relegation to the sub-tier of National League North or South awaits those clubs enduring a season on the ropes.
At Football Tips, our team of experts dissect all the data to bring you our favourite National League tips come kick-off. From match winner and correct score to corners and cards, we offer our National League betting predictions for free ahead of each round of fixtures.
Our experts cover all three divisions of the National League, so you can get the latest odds on games across the League, North and South tiers.
Along with our predictions you will find a number of previews, posted ahead of the biggest non-League football matches, and packed with stats and analysis of the upcoming games. You will also find further tips and our match predictions.
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Throughout the National League season, we will share a wealth of football betting tips on fixtures across the country. Look out for our non-League accumulators, correct score tips, BTTS and BTTS & win predictions plus all the other bets you have come to expect from Football Tips.
The fifth tier of the English pyramid, the National League is the first on the ladder to include both professional and semi-professional teams. However, most of the teams in the first of the three divisions hold professional status.
First formed in 1979 after a merging of the Northern Premier League and Southern League, England’s fifth tier has had several face-lifts over the years, including a range of new names, most notably and recognisably as the Football Conference.
It was only in 2005 that the National League was split into three divisions, with the sub-tiers being divided based on geography – North and South.
The likes of Luton Town, Lincoln City and AFC Wimbledon have all passed through the stomping grounds of the National League in recent years, propelled up the football pyramid off the back of dominating runs in the division. Who will be next to join them in climbing out of football’s fifth tier?