Over 60 English non-league clubs have signed an open letter to the FA, asking the governing body to re-evaluate their decision to declare the seasons of leagues below the National Division null and void.
The coronavirus outbreak has led to football being suspended globally, but while the top five tiers in England are still aiming to complete the season, those below have had their campaign scrapped.
All divisions below the Women's Championship have also had their season's declared null and void.
There will be no promotion or relegation, despite
EXCLUSIVE: Over 60 Non-League clubs have signed an open letter to The FA calling for them to reconsider their decision of making the 2019-20 season null and void across Steps 3 to 7.— The Non-League Paper (@NonLeaguePaper) March 30, 2020
Read it here:https://t.co/2t4GKf4Hq6
We have got together with more than 60 clubs across the country to express our disappointment to the FA over their decision to null and void the 2019/2020 season. The letter has been signed by club Chairmen.— Vauxhall Motors FC (@Vauxhallmotorfc) March 30, 2020
It’s great to see so many teams sticking together! pic.twitter.com/sGXow6qE5D
"We stand ready to play our full part to help achieve a fair outcome, allowing the integrity of England’s football pyramid to be upheld in such a period of national adversity."