OLDHAM Athletic’s season is officially over after League Two clubs voted “by an overwhelming majority” to curtail the campaign.

At an Extraordinary General Meeting on Tuesday, the 71 EFL clubs came together to decide on how to formally end the 2019/20 season.

Having earlier in the day agreed to use the league’s points-per-game model with promotion, relegation and a four-team play-off remaining, fourth-tier clubs rubber-stamped their stated preference that the season should end now due to coronavirus pandemic.

The final league table sees Latics finish in 19th with a PPG of 50.97, 37 of their 46 games having been played.

Forest Green owner Dale Vince said on social media that Rovers were the only club to vote in favour of playing on.

As a result of the decision, Swindon Town have been confirmed as champions with Crewe Alexandra and Plymouth Argyle securing the second and third automatic promotion places to League One.

Cheltenham Town, Exeter City, Colchester United and Northampton Town will contest the play-offs while Stevenage are in line for relegation to the National League.

That however is yet to be formally signed off. Macclesfield’s outstanding charges mean that if another points deduction is handed out the Silkmen could drop to the bottom of the table.

The EFL also want to “receive the necessary assurances” that the National League will start next season, given the issues around sport at all levels restarting amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The confirmation of the curtailment of the campaign prompted Latics to say details around ticket refunds will be issued to supporters in the next few days.

A statement read: “Now official confirmation and clarity has been received by the EFL to curtail the 2019/20 Sky Bet League Two campaign, the club will provide an update by the end of the week in terms of ticket refunds.

“Plans are already in place, including the early bird pricing and other options that are available for the five home games that didn't take place at Boundary Park, but all of this will be ratified by the board in the coming days.

“In the meantime, Oldham Athletic would like to once again thank you for your patience and support across this season, in particular during this challenging period over the past few months.”