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It’s Non-League Day tomorrow and if you need some ideas for grounds to visit, Non-League Day co-ordinator Mike Bayly has ten great suggestions…
Non-League Day returns for an eighth consecutive season this weekend. With more media coverage than ever before, there is a fantastic opportunity for clubs across the country to increase attendances and welcome new faces through the gate.
For fans unfamiliar with the game at this level, one of the biggest selling points is the grounds. Aside from the largely unrestricted freedom to stand and sit where you like, there is a wealth of history and scenery to enjoy. From castles and cricket pavilions to spectacular seascapes, the breadth of diversity is a snapshot of Britain, past and present.
Below is a selection of ten wonderful non-League grounds hosting games tomorrow. Hopefully it provides as much pleasure to read as it did to compile. For more information on this year’s event, please head over to the Non-League Day website.
Dunston UTS provide us with this week’s And finally… as the lousy Smarch weather catches out the poor Guisborough Town goalie, whose free-kick comes back at him as a wind-assisted volley travelling the length of the pitch. Great stuff.
Supporters Direct and Football Business Awards are pleased to announce the winner of this year’s inaugural ‘Club & Supporters Group Relationship of the Year’ award is Fulham Supporters Trust and Fulham FC. We had a number of incredible entries and would like to thank everyone for their time in filling out and submitting the application form.
Supporters Direct and Football Business Awards are pleased to announce the shortlist for this year’s inaugural Club & Supporters Group relationship of the year award. We had a number of incredible entries and would like to thank everyone for their time in filling out and submitting the application form.