The National League season will begin as deliberate on Saturday, following affirmation of “significant” monetary help from the federal government.
A £10m grant has been secured over three months following negotiations between the league, the Football Association and the federal government.
There is potential to increase the help ought to supporters nonetheless not be allowed to return to stadiums.
Clubs will start the brand new season enjoying matches behind closed doorways.
Plans for the partial return of spectators to stadiums from 1 October had been scrapped final month because the variety of coronavirus infections throughout the nation continued to rise.
“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,” a league assertion stated.
Eleven fixtures are scheduled for the National League on Saturday whereas groups from the North and South divisions are concerned in FA Cup second qualifying spherical ties.
Their respective league campaigns will start on Tuesday.
The 2019-20 season was led to April because of a vote by golf equipment in any case three leagues had been suspended due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
Clubs then voted to determine the ultimate league tables on a points-per-game foundation, with promotion play-offs subsequently performed in all three divisions.
Meanwhile, the Premier League has stated that greater than 1,000 golf equipment have benefitted from grants totalling greater than £5.5m to assist them “put measures in place to make grounds safer for the 2020-21 season, given the risks posed by the Covid-19 pandemic”.
Teams from the National League system, ladies’s soccer pyramid and Welsh Premier League have been helped via the Matchday Support Fund.