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Non League Day 12/10/2019 - Supporting grass roots football - Reduced Prices or even Free Football Matches
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Love this annual event that always takes place during the international break. Various offers at various clubs (Select the 'Map' pop in your postcode and find matches near to where you live.)
Last season they offered free admission to Armed Service & NHS personnel, a free hotdog and soft drink for children and a free drink from the bar for adults.
Non-League Day was set up by James Doe in 2010 as a social media experiment, after being inspired by a pre-season trip to Devon to watch Queens Park Rangers play at Tavistock. It has now grown to become an annual part of the football calendar, backed by Premier League and Football League clubs, MPs, celebrities, media organisations, charities and most importantly the non-league clubs themselves and the fans who turn up on the day.


Always scheduled to coincide with an international break, Non-League Day provides a platform for clubs to promote the importance of affordable volunteer led community football while giving fans across the country the chance to show support for their local non-league side.
Many non-league clubs are almost exclusively volunteer run, with money taken at the turnstiles often funding thriving youth set-ups, projects and facilities which are of benefit to the whole community. The level of skill on offer at non-league grounds will never compare to that at the Emirates Stadium or Old Trafford, for example, but there are other sides to the experience, from which the smaller club will always win hands down. The vast majority of games still kick off at 3pm, ticket prices are realistic, you can often stand (and drink!) anywhere in the ground and will always be guaranteed a warm welcome by people who run their clubs for a love of the game.


Whether you’re a Premier League or Championship fan without a game, a League One or League Two supporter who can’t make an away trip, or just someone who is curious about what their local club has to offer, there is sure to be something to interest everyone.
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As a Bolton Wanderers supporter, I feel I am already watching a non-league team.
Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in a few years
Really good inniative and I think it can really benefit the Non League sides. My local team is offering free entry on the day and a free season ticket for the rest of the season for those who attend. It's important for local sides lower down the pyramid to get some support, both financially and just some general recognition.
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As a Bolton Wanderers supporter, I feel I am already watching a non-league team.
Really good inniative and I think it can really benefit the Non League sides. My local team is offering free entry on the day and a free season ticket for the rest of the season for those who attend. It's important for local sides lower down the pyramid to get some support, both financially and just some general recognition.
jcwheeler9404/10/2019 18:27

Really good inniative and I think it can really benefit the Non League …Really good inniative and I think it can really benefit the Non League sides. My local team is offering free entry on the day and a free season ticket for the rest of the season for those who attend. It's important for local sides lower down the pyramid to get some support, both financially and just some general recognition.



That is awesome @jcwheeler94 who is your local team?
andywedge04/10/2019 18:34

That is awesome @jcwheeler94 who is your local team?


Campion in West Yorkshire.
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Dang gotta be free rather than a KFC (i.e. a tenner)!

Non League Day 2019 this year takes place on Saturday 12th October. To celebrate and co-inside with our home game against Hampton & Richmond Borough on the same day, The Wings are offering all London Premier league and EFL clubs season ticket holders entry on the day for £10 just bring along your Season ticket as proof.

In addition to this any supporter that produces a programme from the FA Cup game from this Saturday versus Tavistock will also receive entry to the game on Non League Day against Hampton for £10

Support The Wings, Support Non League Day! 12.10.19
Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in a few years
thomasleep05/10/2019 07:30

Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in …Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in a few years


Wow, never heard that one before!
Ipswich v Wycombe cancelled, lucky as I love Non-League. Will be either Epping Town, Seaford Town or Punjab United for me I think.
It's the FA Cup preliminary round on Saturday - certainly for my team Uxbridge - this is included in free games I take it?!
thomasleep05/10/2019 07:30

Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in …Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in a few years


They could just go see their local team at Borehamwood.
RussWWFC05/10/2019 09:55

Ipswich v Wycombe cancelled, lucky as I love Non-League. Will be either …Ipswich v Wycombe cancelled, lucky as I love Non-League. Will be either Epping Town, Seaford Town or Punjab United for me I think.


Better quality of football too!
Tyler.Halifax05/10/2019 10:37

It's the FA Cup preliminary round on Saturday - certainly for my team …It's the FA Cup preliminary round on Saturday - certainly for my team Uxbridge - this is included in free games I take it?!



I think you will find FA Cup rules prohibit free entry to their competitions. They have a set mininum for each round.
rapid8505/10/2019 10:42

They could just go see their local team at Borehamwood.


That's still way to close for most of their fans.
RamblingSid05/10/2019 13:11

I think you will find FA Cup rules prohibit free entry to their …I think you will find FA Cup rules prohibit free entry to their competitions. They have a set mininum for each round.


Just double checked, and it is the FA trophy this coming Saturday and not the FA Cup - two diff cups - so should be okay I think.
Unable to type my postcode anywhere, am I missing something
@mb021 click on map finder and wait, it's slow to come up.
Can't be much better than sunday league
Tyler.Halifax05/10/2019 21:27

Just double checked, and it is the FA trophy this coming Saturday and not …Just double checked, and it is the FA trophy this coming Saturday and not the FA Cup - two diff cups - so should be okay I think.


Similar rules apply to both competitions. Even the one that bans alcohol pitchside during the game.
Pualle04/10/2019 18:27

As a Bolton Wanderers supporter, I feel I am already watching a non-league …As a Bolton Wanderers supporter, I feel I am already watching a non-league team.



Certainly was last night - both teams were abysmal.
mb02105/10/2019 23:11

Unable to type my postcode anywhere, am I missing something



Click on the map - you then have the option to choose a league and a town.
Went on map and found some matches local to me, but how do you know how much the tickets are? where do you get more info from? clicked through to a few different teams websites but still couldn't find anything out.
My dads been looking to take my nephew to his first football game - so this would be great. Any help please
thomasleep05/10/2019 07:30

Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in …Man U fans will be pleased that they will be seeing their team for free in a few years



herrbz05/10/2019 09:22

Wow, never heard that one before!


I thought proper United fans already do non league by going FC United as they're boycotting the Glazers
Could have sworn that's where all them green+yellow scarf wearers have gone
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