But there is still plenty to play for up and down the country. Here we have complied a list of teams across Sussex with the best home records so far this term. Sides from National League South, Bostik League and Southern Combination League Premier Divisions have been included. Why not check out where your team ranks? All statistics are correct as of March 13.
It's been a season of struggle for Burgess Hill who sit bottom of the Bostik League Premier Division. They also have the worst home record in that league this term, having won four times in front of their supporters all season. Picture: Chris Neal
Bridges, who are in a Bostik League South East Division relegation scrap, have won five but lost the rest of their home matches so far this campaign. Picture: Darren Crisp
Whitehawk have been resurgent in recent weeks and climbed out of the Bostik League Premier Division relegation places. Yet they'll be looking to improve on the three wins they've managed at The Enclosed Ground to date. Picture: Tommy McMillan
Worthing may be on the cusp of the Bostik League Premier Division play-off places but home form has been an issue. A return of five wins at Woodside Road this season is not enough. Picture: Stephen Goodger
Former Brighton boss Mark McGee took charge following Jamie Howell's departure. The ex-Albion manager will be looking to better the five National League South wins achieved at Priory Lane this term. Picture: Jon Rigby
Bostik League South East Division East Grinstead Town have an identical number of home wins, draws and losses so far - five. Picture: Darren Crisp
Promoted as champions last term, Haywards Heath Town currently sit in the Bostik League South East play-off places. Yet they'll be looking to improve on six wins at Hanbury Park in the remaining games. Picture: Grahame Lehkyj
Lewes have dropped to 11th in the Bostik League Premier Division having occupied a play-off spot earlier in the season. Bettering the six wins achieved at The Dripping Pan could help them climb back up the table.
Bognor are aiming for an immediate return to the National League South this season. They are in the running for a Bostik League Premier Division play-off place, seven wins at Nyewood Lane have left them well placed to push for a top-five finish. Picture: Tommy McMillan
Second-placed SCFL Premier Division outfit Horsham YMCA have won nine of 15 league matches at Gorings Mead so far. Picture: Steve Robards
Newhaven sit third in the SCFL Premier Division. They have an identical home record as league rivals Horsham YMCA at present with nine wins, three draws and the same number of defeats from 15 matches. Picture: Jon Rigby
Hastings United are well placed in the Bostik League South East Division play-off positions. A return of 11 wins from 14 fixtures at The Pilot Field this season has helped put them in fourth at present. Picture: Scott White
Despite being forced to play home matches at Sussex HQ this season, Horsham are mounting a Bostik League South East Division promotion push. Dom Di Paola's troops have managed 11 wins from 15 'home' games at Culver Road. Picture: John Lines
Eastbourne Town's SCFL Premier Division promotion charge has been built on impressive home form. They've won 12 of 15 league matches at The Saffrons this season. Picture: Jon Rigby
Chichester City currently sit ten points clear at the SCFL Premier Division summit. Formidable form at Oaklands Park, where they've come out on top in 12 matches - losing just once - has put them on the way to the title. Picture: Daniel Harker