Dartford will continue with their management team of Adam Flanagan and Jamie Coyle next season.
The Darts has the chance to reach the National League South play-offs last Saturday, but were beaten 2-1 by Oxford City and finished tenth.
It was unclear whether the duo would be staying at the club having joined last summer, replacing the long-standing Tony Burman.
However following a meeting with the board, Dartford have backed Flanagan and Coyle for another year.
A statement read: “Following our scheduled end of season management meeting last night, the board can confirm that Adam Flanagan and Jamie Coyle will continue in the role and were keen to start preparing for next season.
“We all acknowledged the disappointing end to the season but a top half finish, and being only marginally outside the play-offs, was not far away from where we expected to be in such a transitional season.
“Following on from Tony Burman was never going to be easy but Adam and Jamie are committed to achieving this and to this club wholeheartedly.
“With a revised budget giving them a little more flexibility, new player targets were discussed and a busy summer of player recruitment can be expected.”