Enfield Town chairman Paul Reed has fears that the Isthmian League season may not continue after it was suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Town have not played since a narrow win at Bishop's Stortford over two weeks ago and will not be returning to the pitch any time soon after the campaign was halted until at least April 3.

Reed said in a statement: "I thought I would take this opportunity to update you, as best as I can, following the Isthmian League’s statement of 17th March which, in effect, has called time on the 2019/20 season.

"This is of course a source of great disappointment to us all, but unquestionably the right decision in these unprecedented times.

I am currently as much in the dark as you are on what the next steps will be in regard to finishing what so many people have worked so hard towards in the non-league game, the conclusion of this football campaign in some way, shape or form."

Financial worries are dominating the non-league game now, with National League club Barnet already announcing last week that all of their non-playing staff have been put on notice of leave.

A former Football League side being in such a situation must be a worry for a lot of sides lower down the pyramid, and Reed says cost-cutting measures have already taken place at the club.

He said: "The players have all been told, and fully understand, that there can be no ongoing salaries with no matches to play.

The QEII Stadium will be closed to the public until further notice. There will be no social functions in Butler’s Bar for the time being and we maintain in touch with our partners at the open-air cinema events to ensure the safety of the public.

"I have been in regular discussions with our finance director Geoff Lee and other members of the board. As outlined at the ETFC Supporters Society AGM, our financial situation is exceptionally tight, and even more so now without the anticipated revenue from games.

"We are fully aware of our income and expenditure position, which is very important, and will take whatever actions the board deem necessary to stabilise our position during the enforced break.

"During this exceptionally difficult time, any additional donations to help the club function until football resumes would be extremely welcome."