BT Sport will broadcast live on the day of non-league finals

This season’s non-league finals day will be broadcast live on BT Sport on Sunday 21 May.

All the action will be broadcast live from Wembley Stadium as the Isuzu FA Vase Final and Isuzu FA Trophy Final will take place at the home of English football.

The semi-finals of both competitions will be played this weekend, with National League teams Gateshead, Barnet, Altrincham and Halifax bidding to reach the FA Trophy final.

In the FA Vase Congleton Town plays Newport Pagnell Town, and Corsham Town faces Ascot United.

The Isuzu FA Vase is contested by teams playing in Steps 5 and 6 of the English National League System. Newport Pagnell, of the United Counties League Premier Division South, are the defending champions after defeating Littlehampton Town 3-0 in the 2022 final. Gary Flinn’s side could become the first team since Whitley Bay in the season 2010/11 to achieve consecutive titles in the competition.

The Isuzu FA Trophy is open to clubs in the top four tiers of the National League System. Bromley beat Hollywood-owned Wrexham 1-0 in last season’s final to be crowned 2022 champions. Of this year’s semi-finalists, Halifax is the most recent winner after beating Grimsby 1-0 in 2016.

The Isuzu FA Vase Final and Isuzu FA Trophy Final will kick off on Sunday 21 May 2023, live on BT Sport. BT Sport channel information and broadcast times will be available on once the finalists are confirmed.

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