Which clubs have appeared in National League playoffs most seasons?

    Which clubs have appeared in National League playoffs most seasons? It’s usually that time of year, so we’ve taken a look back.

    Since the 2002–03, the league has been granted a second promotion place, with a playoff deciding who joins the champions in League Two. – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

    The 2017-18 season was the first to include six teams in the playoffs for each division, with the 4th-7th placed teams participating in the qualifying round and the 2nd and 3rd placed teams qualifying for the semi-finals.

    Find out which clubs have appeared in National League playoffs the most seasons…

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    Wrexham – 4
    Aldershot Town – 4
    Grimsby Town – 4
    Forest Green Rovers – 3
    Cambridge United – 3
    Luton Town – 3
    York City – 3
    Morecambe – 3
    Hereford United – 3
    Oxford United – 2
    Eastleigh – 2
    Tranmere Rovers – 2
    Dagenham & Redbridge – 2
    Halifax – 2
    Stevenage – 2
    Torquay United – 2
    Exeter City – 2
    Solihull Moors – 1
    AFC Fylde
    Salford City
    Ebbsfleet United
    Sutton United
    Boreham Wood
    Harrogate Town
    Dover Athletic
    Braintree Town
    Bristol Rovers
    Kidderminster Harriers
    Newport County
    Mansfield Town
    Fleetwood Town
    AFC Wimbledon
    Rushden & Diamonds
    Burton Albion
    Grays Athletic
    Carlisle United
    Shrewsbury Town
    Doncaster Rovers
    Chester City

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