YORK City’s National League North play-off matches could be available to be watched on BT Sport with the National League looking into broadcasting the Step Two play-offs.

That is according to National League South side Dartford, who finished sixth in their division after the Ordinary Resolution was passed earlier this week.

BT Sport regularly broadcast National League matches, but they do not screen either the National Leagues North or South.

However, the league are looking into the play-off campaigns for the two divisions in Step Two being shown by the broadcaster.

“The League are looking in to the possibility of its media partner, BT Sports, filming not only the National League but the (National League) North and (National League) South as well,” Dartford wrote in a club statement published on Wednesday.

Earlier this week, York City media officer Dan Simmonite wrote on social media that he had plans in place for live streaming, should this be permitted by the league.

He wrote on Twitter: “For potential playoff games I already having things in place for live streaming. If the league allow, this would be pay-per-view at (a) price TBC (to be confirmed). Possibly (streamed on) YouTube live.”

The number of sides entering the play-offs in the National League North has yet to be confirmed. The cost for clubs to implement sufficient testing for coronavirus and to bring their playing squad and coaching staff off of furlough is likely to incur a significant cost.

This could prove to be unaffordable for some, particularly given that clubs have not played matches since early March.

Elsewhere, York chairman Jason McGill said that he was hopeful that the club’s players can return to training on Monday.