Truro City boss Lee Hodges says he wants his side to end their time in the Conference South on a high when they visit Tonbridge Angels.
were relegated at the start of the month, face a Tonbridge side who are assured of another season in the division.
"It's our final game in the Conference South and it would be nice to finish off with a win," he told BBC Cornwall.
"I'm sure there'll be a party atmosphere for the final game."
City, who have finished bottom of the table, have had a difficult season off the field with the club almost going bust and concerns surrounding its future.
Truro are also without record goalscorer Stewart Yetton after he was suspended following an alleged fight with a team-mate last week.
"It's been a very difficult season and after that we'll sit down, take a deep breath and see what happens form there on," Hodges said.
"It's a really good standard to play at and we felt if we'd have had a competitive squad we would have done OK in the division.
"I think the boys are going to be sad that it is their last game in the division, but they'll try and go out and get the win for the travelling fans."