YORK City have made the programmes for their postponed match against Altrincham available for sale in order to raise money for the NHS.

York had been set to host Altrincham in a Vanarama National League North match on March 14 though, with both clubs having members of staff showing symptoms of the coronavirus, the game never took place.

The match was the final scheduled game for York prior to the National League suspending fixtures in its three divisions until April 3 - with the league confirming on Tuesday that the season is now suspended indefinitely.

Having donated the food prepared for the Altrincham game to Changing Lives, the club have now put the programmes published on sale in support of the NHS Charities COVID-19 Urgent Appeal.

The appeal is helping staff and volunteers working in the NHS current.

"We have just added copies of the Altrincham matchday programme exclusively on the online store - to be purchased with a donation to the NHS," York wrote on their website.

"Earlier this month, we were scheduled to play the highly-anticipated league fixture but unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the game was postponed.

"With the programmes from the fixture unsold, we are now selling the limited number of copies for £3 with an added minimum £2 donation for the NHS Charities COVID-19 Urgent Appeal.

"The price includes the cost of delivery when bought alone, and each purchase will be in with a chance of winning a home shirt signed by the players and management team."

To purchase a copy, visit: ycfcstore.co.uk/products/support-the-nhs