National League | England - an overview
The National League, currently (Vanarama National League) is the lowest in the professional English football league system. This is the only league in English professional football that has both full-time and semi-professional players and clubs.
Promotion from the National League goes to EFL League Two, with the top three places gaining promotion.
*Only teams with adequate stadium facilities befitting a professional club will be promoted.
AFC Fylde, Aldershot Town, Barnet FC, Barrow AFC, Boreham Wood FC, Bromley FC, Chesterfield, Chesterfield FC, Chorley, Chorley FC, Dagenham & Redbridge, Dover, Dover Athletic FC, Eastleigh, Eastleigh FC, Ebbsfleet United, Halifax Town FC, Harrogate Town FC, Hartlepool United, Maidenhead, Maidenhead United, Notts County, Solihull Moors, Stockport County FC, Sutton, Sutton United, Torquay United, Woking, Woking FC, Wrexham, Wrexham AFC, Yeovil, Yeovil Town
Chigwell Construction Stadium - Dagenham & Redbridge, Crabble Athletic Ground - Dover Athletic FC, Damson Park - Solihull Moors, Edgeley Park - Stockport County FC, Gander Green Lane - Sutton United, Hayes Lane - Bromley FC, Hive Stadium - Barnet FC, Holker Street - Barrow AFC, Huish Park - Yeovil Town, Kingfield Stadium - Woking FC, Kuflink Stadium - Ebbsfleet United, Meadow Lane Stadium - Notts County, Meadow Park - Boreham Wood FC, Mill Farm - AFC Fylde, Plainmoor - Torquay United, Proact Stadium - Chesterfield FC, Racecourse Ground - Wrexham AFC, Recreation Ground - Aldershot Town, Silverlake Stadium - Eastleigh FC, The Shay - Halifax Town FC, Victoria Park - Hartlepool United, Victory Park - Chorley FC, Wetherby Road - Harrogate Town FC, York Road - Maidenhead United