The National League has now received confirmation of significant financial grant-aid support from the Government to compensate clubs for essential revenue lost from fans not returning in October

Friday 02nd October 2020

The National League has issued the following statement following a meeting of its board of directors earlier today:

“In recent weeks, The National League and The Football Association have been engaged with Government to address the revenue shortfall expected by member clubs caused by the pause to the safe return of spectators.

“The National League has now received confirmation of significant financial grant-aid support from the Government to compensate clubs for essential revenue lost from fans not returning in October and has communicated with its member clubs to provide reassurance ahead of the season start.

“The 2020-21 National League season will now commence on 3 October as planned with clubs playing behind closed doors in compliance with the elite sport protocols.”

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