Zamaretto Southern League side Windsor & Eton FC has seen its parent company wound up after it chose not to contest an order from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.
Windsor & Eton FC (Holdings) Ltd were wound up in High Court with club president and commentator Barry Davies critical of the Football Association.
Davies told BBC Berkshire: “The FA doesn't seem to be too generous to the lesser clubs.
"Not enough money in football these days filters down. It's one law for the rich and another for the poor.
"There have been others at a very much higher level who've been bailed out in one fashion or another.
"It's a huge shame because a lot of unknown people will be suffering, people who've given their time for the club."
Plans are already being made to re-launch the club under a new name in time for next season by former director Kevin Stott, although the club will not compete in the Zamaretto League.