Published: 20:00, 03 December 2020
| Updated: 22:27, 03 December 2020
The Isthmian League will not restart until at least December 16 after clubs were asked to vote on restarting the season.
No definitive result of the vote has been published by the three leagues at steps 3 and 4 of the non-league pyramid system.
The only wording in the statement is that "a substantial number" of clubs agreed with pausing the fixtures.
The statement issued by the Isthmian and Northern Premier Leagues made no reference to when the first review would be, but the Southern League said it would be no later than December 16.
Their statement read: "The clubs in membership of the Northern Premier, Southern and Isthmian Leagues (the Trident Leagues) met earlier this week to consider the challenges and issues brought about by the reintroduction of Tiers after the raising of the nationwide lockdown with effect from yesterday.
"The clubs were asked to vote on a proposition that the pause in fixtures be continued with a regular review in light of changes to the Tiers and/or grants becoming available.
"The first review to be no later than 16th December.
"The total votes cast by the 224 clubs show a substantial number of clubs in agreement with the proposition.
"The matter has been considered today and is subject to comment by The FA."
The Isthmian League had already delayed games until December 19 although clubs could play matches earlier if both teams agreed.
Some clubs will be in action before mid-December, however, as the FA Trophy is still going ahead - teams in tier 3 will have to play their matches behind closed doors.
The first round FA Trophy fixtures on Tuesday include Cray Wanderers visiting Uxbridge but Margate have now withdrawn from their home tie with Burgess Hill.