YORK City's Vanarama National League North play-off campaign will be available to watch after the National League announced that they will be streamed.

The league have confirmed that all play-offs matches from the North and South divisions will be shown in a partnership with BT Sport and Sportradar on a "brand new platform".

Details on the platform are still to be confirmed, though it has been reported that there will be a cost to view the games.

They also confirmed a change in the kick-off times to some of the matches. Altrincham vs Chester (the winner of whom takes on York) kicks off at 1.30pm on Sunday, July 19, while the other eliminator, between Brackley Town and Gateshead, kicks off at 4pm on the same day.

On Saturday, July 25, York host their semi-final at 3pm and Boston United will face the winner of Brackley vs Gateshead at 5.30pm.

The final will be played on Saturday, August 1 at 3pm at the ground of highest-ranked finalist.

“Due to matches being played behind closed doors, confirming a broadcast solution for fans has been an important part of our play-offs preparation,” said National League chief executive Michael Tattersall.

“This pioneering streaming service will create an opportunity for exposure of the competition on a global stage. We would like to thank existing partners BT Sport and Sportradar for their support during this process.

“The announcement adds to the already growing excitement that play-off action brings. To ensure a safe environment for National League play-off matches to be played in, we urge supporters to not congregate at the grounds.”

"Details of how supporters can gain access to the matches will be released shortly," said the league.