BT Sport are delighted to announce the full schedule for the National League Play-Offs, as sides from the fifth tier battle it out to secure a place in the English Football League.
The National League season was brought to an end due to the coronavirus pandemic with league positions decided on a points-per-game basis.
But now, after months without any action, the question of who will join Barrow in League Two next season must finally be answered.
Six teams are in with a shout – from 2nd to 7th place in the table – with 4th-7th set to play an eliminator match to determine who faces 2nd and 3rd in the semi-finals.
First up are the two Play-Off Eliminator matches that will take place on the Friday and Saturday of the weekend of 17-18th July.
Fifth-placed Boreham Wood play host to Halifax Town on Friday evening, followed by 4th-placed Yeovil Town entertaining Barnet – who squeezed in by virtue of ending the campaign in seventh – go head-to-head on Saturday afternoon.
The winners of those ties are in action the following weekend where they visit the two sides who ended in second and third – Harrogate Town and Notts County respectively.
Those semi-finals will take place on Saturday 25 July with Harrogate hosting the team who emerges from Boreham Wood v Halifax tie, before Notts County entertain the victors of Yeovil Town and Barnet.
And then, onto the final.
The Wembley showpiece is set for Sunday 2 August as the home of football hosts the National League Play-Off Final for the ninth straight year.
Back in May 2019, the Class of ’92-owned Salford City were the winners as they saw of AFC Fylde 3-0 to seal a place in League Two for the first time in their history.
BT Sport will broadcast all matches exclusively live on TV and across our digital platforms; the BT Sport app on mobiles and tablets, as well as on large-screen devices and right here on bt.com/sport.