Non-league football is torn.

Should the season be going ahead? Can clubs really survive without fans? Is step two really an ‘elite’ level?

Whichever question you ask, there’s an array of answers, as semi-professional football enters its most testing period in history.

While some leagues have already started their seasons, and with the FA Cup in full flow, debate rages on in the National League over what is or isn’t the right thing to do.

Even clubs in steps three and below are looking anxiously on with government guidelines over supporters changing on a near daily basis.

So, we want to hear from you!

Fans are only allowed in venues at step three and below - and at a reduced capacity

At the Daily Star Sport, we want to find out what the true opinion of non-league fans up and down the country is over the state of the restart.

Whether you follow a team in the National League or Combined Counties League, we want to hear your thoughts.

Our first survey of non-league fans focuses simply on the restart - and if you are worried about the future of the game. You can fill in your responses below...