Club now has a deadline of 5pm next Thursday to meet all the criteria for Football Conference membership
Farnborough FC has been given one last chance to register its membership with the Football Conference after a third fixture was cancelled.
The Cherrywood Road side was due to visit Eastbourne Borough in Skrill Conference South on Saturday (August 31) but was unable to transfer its Conference membership to a new company before a 5pm deadline on Thursday.
The club has now been given until 5pm on Thursday September 6 to meet the entire set of criteria allowing it to play games in the league.
A statement released on Thursday said: "Despite the best efforts of the club to satisfy the terms of membership criteria by 5pm today to allow this weekend's match against Eastbourne Borough to go ahead, the Football Conference have confirmed that the match has been postponed.
"Following the meeting last Wednesday the 'newco' Boro FC were given a 14-day deadline to comply with all terms of membership, with agreement that if these terms could be met ahead of this deadline that the clubs season could commence.
"The club can confirm that it has submitted the relevant documentation to the Football Conference for their approval."
Farnborough FC added that it was looking to arrange a friendly match to take place this weekend instead.
The Conference added: "The Football Conference continues to appreciate the frustration experienced by members, clubs and their supporters, as well as those of Farnborough FC, but the board cannot sanction a non-compliant, therefore a non-member, to participate in the competition."
It added that no more statements would be issued until Farnborough's membership was confirmed, or just after 5pm on September 5, whichever comes sooner.