Football clubs lucky enough to have a home game on the forthcoming Non League Day this Saturday have been busy preparing enticing plans to get more supporters in and make the most of the international break.
There are plenty of games locally that you can go and see – our friends at Get Reading have built a handy match finder tool you can use here – and we’ve pulled together a big list of reasons you really should give that club down the road a chance.
Here though are the offers clubs have come up with to get you down to their ground..
Amongst a full list you can find here, Rebels season ticket holders will be able to bring two friends or family members to the Evo Stik Southern League Premier match with Biggleswade Town for FREE and a half time ‘crossbar challenge’ costing £5 per person (register and pay in advance on the day of the match). If you manage to hit the crossbar from the centre spot, you share the jackpot of £150, and STFC will donate £150 to Prostate Cancer UK.
The Moles home game against neighbours Woodley United has been switched to Friday night in the hopes of boosting attendance for the Hellenic League Cup tie. Tickets to the game are £6 for adults and the club boast arguably the best burger in the league!
Lea are at home (Krooner Park in Camberley) for NLD against Staines Lammas and are offering a buy one get one free on match tickets (usually £5 each) and will allow any Aldershot Town, Farnborough and Premier League season ticket holders free entry.
The Fizzers are offering free entry for their Hellenic League Cup game on Saturday with division rivals Bicester Town at Bottom Meadow and free fizzers sweets to all.
Have we missed you out? Let us know what your club is doing via our contribute page here and we’ll add you in.
The official Non League Day campaign is raising funds for Prostate Cancer UK. Text BADGE to 70004 to donate £5* and get a badge to wear with pride.
* Text costs £5 plus network charge. Prostate Cancer UK receives 100% of your donation. Obtain bill payers permission. Customer care 0800 082 1616. Charity No 1005541.