The extension of the National League season to the end of May means play-off matches will be taking place throughout June.
Supporters from both clubs will be permitted to attend the match with equal allocations and the venue will be confirmed by the National League very soon.
Scroll down and click through the pages to look at some of the potential venues for the National League play-off final…
1. The King Power Stadium - Leicester
Although a little on the small side with a seated capacity of 32,500, Leicester City's King Power Stadium has been strongly rumoured as a potential venue for this season's National League play-off final. It's convenient and reasonably neutral location make it an ideal contender, although it is within an hour of both Chesterfield and Notts County.
2. Principality Stadium - Cardiff
For years this 74,500 all-seater stadium in Wales was the go to ground for all cup finals and play-off matches while Wembley Stadium was out of commission. Hartlepool United fans still hold painful memories of a League One play-off final defeat here back in 2005. It's an ideal replacement and isn't particularly close to any potential National League play-off side. The only issue is that Wales operates under different lockdown rules to England and therefore organising the final to take place here could prove troublesome.
Photo: Michael Regan
3. Etihad Stadium - Manchester
The last stadium other than Wembley to host a Conference play-off final. The City of Manchester Stadium was the venue as AFC Wimbledon beat Luton Town on penalties back in 2011. With an all seated capacity of 55,097, it would be able to safely hold supporters of both play-off finalists but it's close proximity to likely play-off contenders Stockport County could see it ruled out of contention.
Photo: Laurence Griffiths
4. Villa Park - Birmingham
An old school Wembley alternative. Villa Park is the most used stadium in FA Cup semi-final history due to its ideal midlands location. It's has been touted as a potential venue for the play-off final.
Photo: Shaun Botterill