NATIONAL League clubs will be advised to vote in favour of ending their season early due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by BBC Sport.

The FA Council this evening ratified the decision to void all leagues in Steps 3 to 7 of the National League system.

BBC Sport claim to have seen a letter sent to all 68 teams under the National League umbrella, including National League South side Weymouth.

The letter said: "The board has approved an ordinary resolution for clubs, that the playing season shall immediately end for all fixtures scheduled up to and including 25 April 2020. The board recommends clubs vote for this resolution.

"If the ordinary resolution is passed and the remaining 'normal season' league matches of the season are cancelled, the league will then immediately proceed with a poll of North and South clubs to determine the outcomes of the season across those divisions.

"This will be followed by a vote to determine the outcomes of the season in the National Division.

"The appropriate options to determine the outcomes of the season are being diligently prepared, and will be approved by the board before they are sent to clubs in due course."

Weymouth are also set to receive £13,636 as part of a £2m package from the Premier League, the report claims.