Oxford City have voted in favour of ending the season without playing their remaining eight matches.
The National League have written to their 68 member clubs recommending the outstanding fixtures are not played, having suspended competition due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Should that proposal be backed, a second poll would be held to decide on the method for determining the promotion and relegation picture.
City, who are sitting 14th in the National League South, have no concerns about going up or down.
And in that context, the best option is to approve the idea to permanently call a halt to the campaign.
Paul Lyon, City’s finance director, said: “The only sensible option for Oxford City is for us to finish now.
“I’m guessing it’s the same position for a lot of clubs.”