Hayes & Yeading will start the new Conference South season against a team just promoted from the league United would have been demoted to.
On Saturday, August 12, they will travel to St Albans City, who were promoted from the Southern Premier, where United would be playing their football this season if not reprieved from relegation.
Phil Babb's men could have an early week off too, as their first home game three days later is against Salisbury City, who may not even start the season due to financial difficulties.
The festive season sees a double header against new landlords Maidenhead United, with the 'away' game on Boxing Day and the 'home' game on New Year's Day.
Easter weekend brings a home game against Basingstoke on the Saturday (April 4), followed by an away game at Whitehawk on Easter Monday, before the season ends as it begins, against St Albans, this time at home, on Saturday, April 25.