Boston United travel to face Evesham United in the FA Trophy second round on Monday.
Due to fans being allowed to attend the contest, some Pilgrims supporters not living in tier three areas had hoped they may be able to get their first glance of the Pilgrims live since March.
However, that will not be the case.
Competition rules state that, at present, in a match where a non-elite club hosts an elite club, only home fans are permitted.
Evesham reiterated the point on social media, and are asking fans hoping to attend the match to provide a postcode when they apply for tickets.
With Lincolnshire in tier three, supporters living in the county would not be allowed to travel.
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