HEREFORD FC have stated that they will be voting to end the National League North 2019/20 season ‘immediately’ due to the financial ‘uncertainties’ of continuing the campaign.

The National League North is currently suspended ‘indefintely’.

The Bulls state that a vote it taking place of clubs on whether to immediately end the 2019/20.

A statement on the club’s website said: “If the vote is successful no further matches will be played in the regular season.

“Clubs will then have a further vote to decide on exactly how the season ends, with the options for that still being decided by the league and FA.

“As a club we are voting for the season to end immediately. With the current season potentially running to September, and no guarantees on being able to play in front of spectators during that time, there are far too many financial uncertainties to consider carrying on the season.

“Once the result of the vote is known the Board will provide an update as to the next steps.”

The club state that secretary Martin Watson has continued to operate in the background ‘at minimal cost to the club’ to liaise with the National League, other clubs, the FA, and Herefordshire FA over various matters to conclude the current season.

The board have also asked Watson to provide limited updates to the club’s social media, to fulfil online club shop orders, and to act as caretaker of Edgar Street stadium.