Which teams have reached the National League play-offs?
How do the National League play-offs work?
The 2017-18 season sees the Vanarama National League adopt a revamped play-off system to decide who will be promoted to EFL League Two. As champions, Macclesfield Town have already secured their passage to league football via the automatic promotion berth, so a further six teams (those who finished 2nd - 7th) will now compete for the final spot via the play-offs.
Boreham, Aldershot, Ebbsfleet and Fylde will contest an elimination round to decide who will join Tranmere and Sutton in the play-off semi-finals.
When are the National League play-off fixtures played?
2nd May: Aldershot Town vs Ebbsfleet United (19:00)
3rd May: Boreham Wood vs Fylde (19:00)
5th May: Tranmere Rovers vs Aldershot Town or Ebbsfleet United (12:15)
6th May: Sutton United vs Boreham Wood or Fylde (15:00)
12th May: TBC (15:00)
Are the National League play-offs televised?
All five play-off matches will be televised on BT Sport 1.
Where can I stream the National League Play-offs?
BT Sport subscribers can stream all matches via the BT Sport website/app.
Where can I find ticket information about the National League play-offs?
Aldershot Town - https://www.theshots.co.uk/tic...
Ebbsfleet United - https://ebbsfleetunited.co.uk/...
Boreham Wood - http://www.borehamwoodfootball...
Fylde - http://www.afcfylde.co.uk/seas...
Tranmere Rovers - https://tranmererovers.co.uk/t...
Sutton United - https://www.suttonunited.net/m...
Who is in the best form going into the play-offs?
Ebbsfleet have picked up the most points in their last six games (13), although Sutton United are the only team to have won their final two matches of the league phase.
Did any of these teams reach the National League play-offs last season?
Both Tranmere Rovers and Aldershot Town reached the National League play-offs last season but failed to progress to EFL League Two. Boreham Wood and Sutton United did not reach the play-offs, whilst Fylde and Ebbsfleet United were promoted from the National League North and National League South respectively, and are both now seeking successive promotions.