A supporter died during the National League game between Bromley and Yeovil, causing the game to be abandoned.
Play was first stopped after six minutes to allow the supporter, who was in the local, to receive treatment.
After a brief restart, play was halted again after 11 minutes and the players returned to the dressing rooms.
Saturday’s game was finally abandoned around 50 minutes later just after 1.30pm GMT with a clean sheet.
Medical staff from both teams offered to help the fans before paramedics arrived shortly afterwards.
“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the supporters who reported the incident, to the medical teams of both clubs, as well as to the doctors present in the crowd who assisted the stadium paramedics until the arrival of the rescue team. ambulance and transferred them to hospital,” Bromley said in a statement.
“Despite the best efforts of everyone involved, the club have since been informed that the supporter has sadly passed away.
“Everyone at Bromley Football Club is deeply saddened by this news and we send our deepest condolences to the friends and family of the supporter.”
Yeovil players also released a statement.
“On behalf of all Yeovil Town playing staff, we send our thoughts and prayers to everyone involved in the incident in today’s match,” he said.
“Thank you to everyone in the stadium for their grace in a very difficult situation, especially the medical staff of both teams and the paramedics present.
“We send our regards to the person involved, his friends and his family in truly horrific circumstances.
“At times like this, the whole football family comes together and shows that this is more than just a game.”