Professional football in England will not resume until April 30 at the earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A statement from the Premier League, EFL and the Football Association, along with the Women's professional game, the Professional Footballers' Association and the League Managers' Association confirmed the extension to the suspension.
The governing bodies had originally agreed a suspension last Friday until early April.
The statement read:
"We have collectively agreed that the professional game in England will be further postponed until no earlier than April 30."
The joint statement said the bodies were united in their commitment to getting the 2019-20 campaign finished, and that the FA board had agreed to extend indefinitely the season end date, which is usually fixed at June 1.
The FA, Premier League, EFL and women's professional game, together with the PFA and LMA, understand we are in unprecedented times and our thoughts are with everyone affected by COVID-19.
The Premier League had initially been suspended until April 4, with the EFL suspension originally ending a day earlier.
The EFL held a board meeting on Wednesday and has agreed a £50million short-term relief package to assist cash-strapped clubs during the coronavirus crisis.
The extension of the suspension makes the ambition to have the season finished by June 30 - a stated aim which came out of Tuesday's UEFA meeting - look increasingly optimistic.
World governing body FIFA has established a working group to look at amendments and temporary dispensations in relation to standard player contracts, which expire on June 30.