In a statement, the Professional Footballers' Association, as quoted by www.thesun.co.uk said: "As with other industries, the current COVID-19 crisis is having a severe impact on the finances of the game".
The restructure of the National League will also now be deferred until the start of the 2021/22 season while the FA is seeking guidance on how the Government's financial support packages during the coronavirus crisis can be applied to football.
"The National League System (NLS) and the women's football pyramid were able to build a consensus among their leagues and, where possible, aimed to create a consistent approach across all leagues, while taking into account the unique characteristics of each individual league".
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce has called for a "Festival of Football" with games every day to help get the season completed when it is safe to play again following the coronavirus pandemic.
If the National League campaign is voided it calls into question the need for relegation from League Two, with the potential for a knock-on effect further up, where Liverpool are on the brink of a first title in 30 years and Leeds and West Brom are well placed for promotion to the top flight. The primary concern will always be for the safety and welfare of clubs, players, staff, officials, volunteers and supporters during this unprecedented time.
"Whilst inevitably some clubs will favour this option and the merits of this option have been fully considered by the FA and the leagues, it has been decided that this is not the best option to serve the particular needs of Steps Three to Six of the NLS". Agreement has also been reached to end the Regional Talent Clubs season, which was due to conclude in April 2020.
Doing so would help to ease the financial crisis at the top end of the game, with Premier League clubs reportedly facing a £762 million payout to broadcasters if the season can not be completed.
"I didn't really want to go up as a second place team if I'm honest, but we would obviously have taken that".
The FA's knockout competitions, including the Inter-League Cup - in which Jersey's representative side have reached the last four - could still be completed. We will be in contact with you all in due course.
"We thank them all for their hard work and dedication over the season".