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Due to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic the National League season was brought to a close early with many games still to play. Matches were initially postponed as of the 16th March 2020 until at least April 3rd however on the 31st March 2020 the season was suspended indefintely.
National League clubs voted to end the season on the 22nd April 2020 with the issue of promotion and relegation still to be decided. The National League used a points-per-game system to determine the final league standings which saw Barrow confirmed champions and Yeovil Town finished 4th.
Uncertainty about whether the National League could guarantee a complete season for 2020-2021 would go ahead meant that the Football League were reluctant to relegate any club (at the time Stevenage) to the National League which would deny Barrow the chance of promotion.
There was further uncertainty about who would replace Bury (who lost their place in the League in August 2019 for breaching financial regulations and failing to fulfill fixtures). The League could either not relegate any club and just bring up one from the National League or they could still relegate a club and allow two up from the National League to ensure a 92-team Football League again.
On the 17th June 2020 it was confirmed that Barrow would be promoted as champions of the National League and that the end of season play offs would be played - with Yeovil Town facing a home fixture against Barnet.