Thursday, 4 September 2014


Don't forget it's National Non-League Day this Saturday 6th September. Please make an effort to get down to your local club - many of whom are offering reduced admission fees on the day.

Click on to find out when and where games are taking place in your area. There are some fantastic match posters being produced by many clubs including Newport Pagnell Town, Lewes, Dulwich Hamlet and Fisher FC. Fisher's game with Woodstock takes place on Sunday (so it's also NON LEAGUE (SUN) DAY) and they are offering £2 off entrance fee if you make a donation to the local food bank. The game kicks off at 1pm!

In the Ryman Premier Division the games at Dulwich Hamlet and Lewes are designated 'Season of Action' fixtures in conjunction with where they are promoting and raising the important of challenging all aspects of discrimination at all levels of the games. All players will where 'Kick It Out' and 'Fans for Diversity' t-shirts during their pre-match warm up. Special arrangement have been made by the 'Fans for Diversity' initiative to provide funding for the disability team of Wingate to travel to play their Lewes counterparts on the Dripping Pan pitch prior to the kick off of the main game.  The game at Champion Hill is also a 'pay what you like' entrance fee.

Locally it's also been announced Haringey Borough have free entrance to their game with Newham FC at Coles Park. Enfield Town welcome Maidstone United to Donkey Lane - there is nothing planned here apart from what should be a decent game of football, a good crowd with The Stones flying high at the top of the division, a large travelling support and all the usual stuff which makes the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium a great place to visit.


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