THE National League have decided to suspended its three competitions indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The board had initially postponed the campaigns of the Vanarama National League, Vanarama National League North, and Vanarama National League South until at least 3rd April 2020, but after review there will no longer be a set date.

This means Bradford (Park Avenue) and Guiseley still do not know if their season will resume at some stage or not.

The National League also added that they are seeking legal advice and talking with the FA to find the best solution to end the season.

Last week, the FA decided to void the campaigns of teams competing in steps 3-7 meaning there would be no promotion or relegation.

The National League issued the following statement: "The National League Board met earlier today and has reviewed its prior decision to suspend the competition until at least 3rd April 2020.

"In consideration of the very serious and unprecedented national public health emergency caused by the coronavirus, the Board has taken the decision to suspend the National League, National League North and National League South competitions indefinitely.

"The National League is currently obtaining specialist legal advice, is consulting regularly with The Football Association and other stakeholders, and is committed to involving its member clubs in a pending decision on how best to conclude the 2019/20 season."