....Division game against Redditch United at Steel Park, the home of Blue Square Bet North neighbours Corby Town.
Corby chairman Kevin Ingram said: “I am delighted we could help Kettering and I would love to have them here on a longer deal if that is what is desired.
“I know that Nene Park is a very expensive facility and Kettering are no longer in a position to afford it.
“We have been able to help them and it just makes sense that they should come here and play at Corby.”
Caretaker-manager,Alan Doyle has started the process to register players for the club in order that they will be able to field a side.
This game will mark the 140th anniversary of Kettering Town Football Club and the Poppies are hoping for a big turn-out.