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Non League Day Celebrated

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Non League Day looks set to be the best yet, with clubs across the country making a special effort to attract fans who might normally watch the game at a higher level.

Non-League Day is the brainchild of James Doe, a lifelong football fan, supporter of QPR and follower of Harrow Borough FC. In James' own words:

“With England playing on Friday 2nd September and the Premier League and Championship taking a week off, I urge all fans of the big clubs to get out and watch their local Non-League teams instead on Saturday 3rd September 2011!

Given the current financial climate, clubs outside the football league need all the support they can get, so your presence at a game will be genuinely appreciated. With tickets and refreshments at a fraction of the cost, what's stopping you!”

Non-League Day is a celebration of the semi-professional and amateur game and a chance for fans of bigger clubs to experience football at a level they may be otherwise unfamiliar with. Moreover, it is a chance to shine a light on the hundreds of clubs in this country who are almost exclusively volunteer run, and do so much good for the local community, be it through coaching, fund raising or providing opportunities for local people.

Events range from the Blue Square sponsored 3 ground hop in and around Essex to lower admisison prices, and even an apperance by the FA Cup which was on display at Friday night's tie between Ramsbottom and Salford.

It will be interesting to see how attendances stack up compared to an average saturday

 

 

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