This season’s “Non-League Day” coincides (finally) with a St Ives Town FC home game (vs Uxbridge). ANYONE with a football club season ticket (FOR ANY TEAM) will be entitled to half price admittance on the day (proof required).
Non-League Day is a day set aside in English football where supporters of clubs playing at the highest levels of the game are encouraged to experience football at non-league level with which they may be unfamiliar.
The idea was suggested in 2010 by James Doe. It is a non-profit and volunteer run initiative and is set to coincide with a break in fixtures within the football calendar when the Premier League and Championship sides do not have games. This is so that international fixtures can be played and top level players will be on international duty. It has received widespread backing from the Premier League and from Football League clubs as well as MPs, media organisations, charities and from non-league clubs themselves. The Football Association also gives its backing to the campaign. Clubs often look to this day for a boost in attendance figures and offer reduced admittance prices to fans of other clubs for games played on Non-League Day.
For further information follow the link here > Non-League Day Official site
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