Non League Day: Saturday 7th October - Free / Heavily Reduced Football
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Non League Day: Saturday 7th October - Free / Heavily Reduced Football

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Found 6th Oct
After the rollercoaster of thrills and excitement that was last nights England V Slovenia game I'm not sure I could take any more delirium, but as these matches are free or heavily reduced I may just have my arm twisted to watch some proper football.
*Paper Planes not needed.

Following another successful event last year, Non-League Day (NLD) will return for an eighth consecutive season on 7 October 2017.




NLD was launched in 2010 as an event to give non-league clubs in the English National League System a chance to promote themselves during an international break when Premier League and EFL Championship clubs have the weekend off and England are not playing on the Saturday.

Find A Local Match

Enter your postcode to find the nearest games to you on Non-League Day.All matches kick off at 3pm on Sat 7th October unless otherwise stated.Look out for special deals and offers at games marked with an asterisk.

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Already going to the football on Sat. Would go to a match if any are on Sunday, but from the site it doesn't tell you.

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GAVINLEWISHUKD2 m ago

Already going to the football on Sat. Would go to a match if any are on …Already going to the football on Sat. Would go to a match if any are on Sunday, but from the site it doesn't tell you.



This link any help Gavin? thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/fix…es/

andywedge18 m ago

This link any help Gavin? …This link any help Gavin? https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/fixtures/


No. It's rubbish! Seems there are no Sunday games. Also a reduced amount as many are playing in the FA Trophy.

Good post and useful to know.

Heavily reduced football? Is that a golf ball then?

Pay me and I'll think about it

Heat added OP as I'd rather go watch players who play because they enjoy the sport, over a bunch of overpaid prima donnas anyday.

As a Wrexham fan, I find Non-League day getting less and less media attention every year, it’s a shame as like Shay (Halifax fan..?) mentioned, its nice to watch players try their best and be a part of the community, rather than live in their Cheshire mansions on £100,000 a week minimum. COYR

It peeves me off that people go and watch the likes of Utd, Liverpool, Rangers and Celtic from NI when we have a perfectly good product on our local doorstep (as proved on Monday night's Glentoran v Crusaders live game on Sky). Support your local side even if it is Non League because the more go and watch, the more likely your side will succeed. It's much more fun when success is a luxury and not a requirement.

I love my local side, Glentoran and support nobody else. Even when we're stuffed just like Monday, the footballs exiting even if it's not world class.

"Le Jeu Avant Tout"

gazpenk7th Oct

As a Wrexham fan, I find Non-League day getting less and less media …As a Wrexham fan, I find Non-League day getting less and less media attention every year, it’s a shame as like Shay (Halifax fan..?) mentioned, its nice to watch players try their best and be a part of the community, rather than live in their Cheshire mansions on £100,000 a week minimum. COYR



Yep And the match against your boys last week was a fair advert for Non-League football. As you say, it's a shame the day gets less attention each year. Hopefully, it attracted a few fans around the country who will go again.
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