National League Play Offs date set for the last two weekends of July as Wembley prepares for the final on the first weekend in August
- The National League playoffs take place in the last two weekends of July
- The league’s top three divisions were suspended in March due to the corona virus
- The playoff finals will take place on August 1 and 2 at Wembley Stadium
- Barrow has already been promoted automatically because of points per game
The National League Playoffs take place on the last two weekends of July, with the final taking place on August 1 and 2.
In March, all three league divisions were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the final standings determined by points per game.
Barrow has already been promoted and the National League final to determine the second club to advance to the professional ranks will be played on Sunday, August 2 in Wembley.
The National League playoffs are played in the last two weekends of July
The finals for the North and South divisions will be organized the day before and the team that finished higher in the league will get home advantage.
Along with Barrow, Kings Lynn Town and Wealdstone have been promoted to the top league of the National League from the North and South divisions, respectively.
In total, six clubs have qualified for the playoffs, with the second and third place finishers having a home advantage over the winners of two games between teams from the fourth to the seventh.
Using the controversial points per game method, Barnet climbed from 11th to 7th in the National League and earned himself a playoff. That jump meant Stockport County was pushed out of place.
The winners of the semifinal advance to the final at Wembley, which will be played on August 1 and 2