Corby Town have been switched to the Evo-Stik Northern League Premier Division for the 2014-15 campaign.
The news was confirmed on Thursday night as the Football Association confirmed the line-ups for the upper echelons of the non-League game.
The Steelmen have switched from the Calor League Premier Division in which they finished 11th last season.
And their move to the northern section means they will now have a local derby with Stamford to look forward to as well as high-profile clashes against King’s Lynn Town and FC United of Manchester.
Kettering Town, meanwhile, will remain in the Calor League Division One Central having missed out on promotion when they were beaten 3-2 by Slough Town in the play-off final.
It means the Poppies will renew rivalries with the likes of Daventry Town and Rugby Town while Godalming Town, Hanwell Town and Ware will be new venues for the next campaign.
And they will also face Bedford Town, who are managed by former Wellingborough Town boss Craig Adams, after they were relegated from the Premier Division last season.
Evo-Stik Northern League Premier Division 2014-15
Ashton United, Barwell, Belper Town, Blyth Spartans, Buxton, Corby Town, Curzon Ashton, FC United of Manchester, Frickley Athletic, Grantham Town, Ilkeston, King’s Lynn Town, Marine, Matlock Town, Nantwich Town, Ramsbottom United, Rushall Olympic, Skelmersdale United, Stamford, Trafford, Whitby Town, Witton Albion, Workington, Worksop Town.
Calor League Division One Central 2014-15
AFC Hayes, Aylesbury, Aylesbury United, Barton Rovers, Beaconsfield SYCOB, Bedford Town, Chalfont St Peter, Daventry Town, Egham Town, Godalming Town, Hanwell Town, Kettering Town, Leighton Town, Marlow, North Greenford United, Northwood, Potters Bar Town, Royston Town,
Rugby Town, St Ives Town, Uxbridge, Ware.