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Non-League Day, the campaign to promote semi-professional and grassroots football, returns for a fourth consecutive season on Saturday 7th September 2013.

Last year’s event gained unprecedented media coverage, with dedicated features on Sky Sports, Soccer AM, Talksport, 5live, BBC Sport website, and the Non-League Football Show. There was also a high profile collaboration with Kick It Out, which saw Bromley FC hosting a racism awareness day and doubling their average crowd in the process.

With England playing Moldova in a World Cup qualifying match on Friday 6th September, Non-League Day offers fans a chance to show their support for the hundreds of volunteer run clubs in this country that do so much good for the local community.

Whether you’re a Premier League or Championship fan without a game, a League One or League Two supporter who can’t make an away trip, or just someone who is curious about what their local club has to offer, there is sure to be something to interest everyone.

Many clubs will be holding special events and price incentives on the day, including fundraising for local and national causes.

Martin Tyler will once again be Non League Day’s official ambassador and the Free Kicks Foundation will be Non League Day’s official charity partner.

A video of Non-League Day from Wingate & Finchley FC:

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Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

Partners

  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball