YORK City's current season will continue, despite the government announcing a third national lockdown.

Under the new government restrictions announced on Monday evening, 'Elite sport' is allowed to go ahead, though these matches must take place behind closed doors.

The Vanarama National League North and South is deemed to be 'Elite sport', meaning that York City's season will be able to continue.

However, below Step 2, all matches and training sessions have been suspended until at least the next review date of February 15.

Tadcaster Albion and Pickering Town's campaigns in the Pitching In Northern Premier League north/west division have been halted as a result, having played only eight and nine games of the season thus far respectively.

Selby Town's term in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League division is also on hold.

Women's football below the Women's Championship, including York City Ladies in the North East Regional Women’s League Premier, is also suspended, as is all indoor and outdoor youth and adult grassroots football, including under-18s (except for disabled football).