This weekend’s football programme has been postponed as a mark of respect for the Queen.
The Premier League and English Football League were followed by the National League in calling of the games.
That means York City’s home game in the National League against Dagenham & Redbridge will not be played as scheduled.
The club said: “As York City FC and the football community joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we can announce that this weekend’s National League fixtures have been postponed.
“This means tomorrow’s fixture against Dagenham & Redbridge will not take place this weekend. A new date for the game will be announced in due course.
“We have only recently been made aware of this information, and felt it was important to notify fans as soon as possible as many may be making travel arrangements. The club will communicate further on tickets and arrangements once we have ironed out the details.”
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The National League said: “Firstly, the National League sends sincere condolences of all Member Clubs on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to His Majesty King Charles III and the further Royal Family.
“Further to this morning’s statement by Debbie Hewitt, chair of The Football Association, all National League System, FA Trophy, and grassroots fixtures scheduled for this weekend will not take place as a mark of respect. The Queen was the FA’s patron, and Prince William is its President.
“At this moment National League fixtures will go ahead as planned from Monday September 12 onwards although we understand no sporting event of any kind will be permitted on the day of The Queen’s funeral.
“The decision to postpone this weekend’s fixtures is taken in line with guidance from the FA in consultation with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The League fully supports this stance.”