2020 Buildbase FA Vase Final line-up confirmed as we wait for final Trophy semi-final

Monday 07 Sep 2020
The 2020 Buildbase FA Vase Final is confirmed

The line-up for the 2020 Buildbase FA Vase Final has been confirmed, following our two semi-final ties at the weekend, while one team have sealed their spot in the Buildbase FA Trophy Final.

The semi-final fixtures were played as one-off matches rather than over two legs to minimise any disruption to the 2020-21 season and ensure the fixtures are completed in adequate time to prepare for the Final.

And both Vase ties took place on Saturday, with Consett beating Bitton by 1-0 after extra time and Hebburn Town winning on penalties after a 2-2 draw at Corinthian, to set up an all Northern League clash at Wembley on Saturday 27 September.

In the Trophy, Concord Rangers ran out as 2-1 victors over Halesowen Town to secure their place at Non-League Finals Day, where they will play either Harrogate Town or Notts County, who will meet next week.

The Buildbase FA Trophy – semi-final

1 Concord Rangers 2-1 Halesowen Town
(at Concord Rangers FC)

2 Notts County v Harrogate Town
(at Notts County FC)
Wednesday 16 September/Thursday 17 September* - TBC KO

*In the event that Harrogate Town do not progress in their League Cup fixture against Tranmere Rovers on 5 September, the FA Trophy semi-final will be scheduled on Wednesday 16 September. In the event that Harrogate Town do progress, the Trophy semi-final will be scheduled on Thursday 17 September.

The Buildbase FA Vase – semi-final

1 Consett 1-0 Bitton (AET)
(at Consett AFC)

2 Corinthian 2-2 Hebburn Town (Hebburn win 4-3 on penalties
(at Corinthian FC)

The previously-postponed 2019-20 Non-League Finals Day will take place on Sunday 27 September at Wembley Stadium connected by EE. The finals of both the Trophy and Vase will be open to a limited number of spectators following the announcement made last week by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.

Further details regarding Non-League Finals Day will be released in due course. 

By FA Staff