In a statement released by the National League on Wednesday it was confirmed that Barrow have won promotion to the English Football League after a forty eight year absence.
Wealdstone were also crowned the champions of the National League South and Kings Lynn champions of the National North after they overtake York City on a points per game calculation.
The end of season play offs will now take place in each division for thos clubs which qualify and these will be played behind closed doors.
The numbers of clubs relegated from the National League will be determined so as to remain a division of twenty four clubs after any promotion or relegation from other divisions has taken place. There will be no relegation from the National League North or South.
In a statement on the National League website the Chief Executive Officer Michael Tattersall commented: “I congratulate each of our champions Clubs on their successful campaigns. The enforced curtailment of our season does nothing to discredit the quality of the football played and I am pleased that our Clubs have overwhelmingly supported the award of their titles. We can now also look towards the completion of end of season Play-Offs.”
The playoffs, as long as they get a final approval from the FA, will consist of the following teams: National League: Harrogate Town, Notts County, Yeovil Town, Boreham Wood, AFC Halifax Town, Barnet National South: Havant & Waterlooville, Weymouth, Bath City, Slough Town, Dartford, Dorking Wanderers National North: York City, Boston United, Brackley Town, Altrincham, Chester, Gateshead