LEEK Town begin a run of away games today (Oct 24) with a trip to Carlton Town in the NPL South East Division.
Blues won't be in action at Harrison Park again until Saturday, November 14, when they are due to face Newcastle Town in a local derby.
But that league fixture will have to be rearranged if either club are successful in the next round of the Buildbase FA Trophy.
The next four away games are scheduled as follows:
Sat 24: Carlton Town (NPL)
Sat 31: October - Evesham United (FA Trophy)
Tues 3: Ilkeston Town (NPL)
Sat 7: November - Spalding United (NPL)
Both Carlton Town and Spalding United are 'pay at the gate', as neither club attract huge crowds to games.
Up to 100 tickets have been allocated to Leek Town fans for the FA Trophy fixture at Evesham United on Saturday, October 31.
Leek Town chairman Jonathan Eeles said: "The club offered its Kaizen solution (as per the Kidsgrove game) but this was declined.
"Ilkeston Town have also been made the same offer, and are currently looking at Kaizen themselves. Further details will be made available in due course."
He added: "The club would like to remind supporters to check the restrictions regarding non-essential travel in and out of areas when planning to support Leek Town.
"Our away support has always been good but if there is any doubt, or it is not prudent to travel, please don't in the current circumstances - STAY SAFE."