YORK City's trip to Farsley Celtic tomorrow afternoon will be streamed, the home side have confirmed.

Given that no fans are not allowed to attend matches in the Vanarama National League North at present, many clubs have turned to streaming platforms to broadcast their matches.

Thus far, all of York's games this season have been streamed, with the FA Cup tie at Warrington Rylands shown on the BBC and City showing their home clash with Chorley via Facebook Live after technical problems with their YouTube stream.

Farsley will be streaming the Minstermen's first away league game of the campaign at a cost of £5 through their Insight4 platform.

The West Yorkshire club plan to show all of their home matches live this season.

The stream will begin at 2.45pm, 15 minutes before the 3pm kick-off.

Celtic have reiterated to supporters that the game will be taking behind closed doors and have urged fans not to travel to The Citadel.

Supporters with questions around the live stream are asked to contact Farsley Celtic directly.

The link for the stream can be found here: https://insight4.azurewebsites.net/stream/ZUtwOUtY