All National League captains will also be wearing a new armband for the occasion – bright orange in colour, it will also carry Prostate Cancer UK’s logo.
Today, we’re taking a look at the amazing ways clubs across the National League are encouraging football fans up and down the country to support their local sides.
Brisbane Road is sure to be rocking on Saturday after Leyton Orient announced a sell-out crowd for their game against Hartlepool United.
It’s unsurprising really when you consider that fans are only paying five pounds for a ticket that also comes with a free beer for the first 1,500 fans through the turnstiles.
Boreham Wood are hoping to expand their fan base by inviting fans of Arsenal and Watford for a discounted rate. Fans can also take part in a ‘Dads vs Lads’ match at Meadow Park before the Wood’s game with Maidenhead United.
Elsewhere, Solihull Moors are hoping to set a new attendance record at the ATG Arena. Moors set a new record last Non-League Day and with brighter fortunes this time around, they could do it again.
Oxford City are offering free entry to families. Two adults and two children can get into their encounter with Concord Rangers if they produce a printable ticket.
There could be a distraction in the crowd for Billericay Town players as the club encourage fans to attend in fancy dress. Those that do will received half-price entry.
Our live BT Sport game sees the cameras pitch up in in West Yorkshire for Halifax Town’s evening fixture against Chesterfield.
Fans arriving at the Shay can expect ‘kids for a quid’ and free face painting. The Shaymen are also giving fans a voucher that entitles them to discounted entry for home games against Eastleigh or Barnet.
Dagenham and Redbridge are encouraging fans to bring a friend along with them to Victoria Road. Anyone who does will receive discounted entry.
Great news if you’re a student in Bradford and loves football. Bradford (Park Avenue) have teamed up with their local university to offer students a season ticket for just £10!
Anyone under the age of 16 can get into St Albans City’s clash with Bath City without paying a penny as they look to entice the next generation of Saints fans.
A whole host of clubs are also offering discounted entry for season ticket holders of Premier League and EFL clubs.