The FA Vase and FA Trophy finals will be taking place on Monday, 3 May.
BT Sport will make the Non-League Finals day free to air across its platforms.
Both the FA Vase and FA Trophy finals take place on 3 May, with the broadcaster also scheduling an hour-long episode of the The Grassroots Football Show and and screening of the film Proud To Be Town on the same day.
All of these will be free via btsport.com, the BT Sport App, BT TV, the Sky Digital Satellite platform, and Virgin Media channel 100, running from 12.45pm to 9.15pm that day.
The live broadcast of the FA Vase final between Consett and Hebburn Town at Wembley Stadium gets underway at 12.45pm, followed by The Grassroots Football Show. The one-hour special, presented by Robbie Savage and Jules Breach, visits local clubs and volunteers throughout the UK to discuss the importance of these teams within the community and how they have stayed connected without football.
BT Sport 1 - Non League Day on May 3
12.45pm - Live – FA Vase Final – Consett v Hebburn Town
3.30pm – The Grassroots Football Show
4.30pm - Live – FA Trophy Final – Harrogate Town v Concord Rangers
7.30pm – BT Sport Films – Proud To Be Town
At 4.30pm, the FA Trophy final between Harrogate Town and Concord Rangers, also at Wembley, gets underway. The day is wrapped up with Proud To Be Town, a documentary from BT Sport Films which actually follows finalists Harrogate Town in 2020 as it deals with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and return to play during the Vanarama National League playoffs and the club’s subsequent promotion to the Football League.
Head of BT Sport, Simon Green, said: “Following a period when many lower league football fans have been unable to watch their sides, we hope our coverage will provide them with an opportunity to watch an exciting Non-League Finals Day live from Wembley Stadium.
“Our commitment to football at all levels of the game is resolute and continues through our recently-announced extension of Vanarama National League rights until 2024 and BT’s partnerships with each of the UK home nations football associations.”