What are you doing for Non-League Day?

About Non-League Day

Non-League Day was set up in 2010 with the aim of boosting attendances at non-league grounds across the country on an international weekend when the country’s top clubs have the week off. The event has become a well-established part of the football calendar and is now in its fifth year.

Premier League and Championship clubs and their players often promote matches at neighbouring non-league clubs, with many offering special events and incentives to get extra people in.



London to Amsterdam Challenge 2014 match report
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    Owen backs Argentina for the World Cup
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  • In April 2014 former England striker Michael Owen, having played for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, signed for another massive club - Men United- and raised over £25,000 by running the Virgin Money London Marathon. Now one of our key signings this seasons gives Men United his take on the World Cup and England's chances in Brazil.

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    Chris Powell's World Cup tips
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  • Former England international Chris Powell can’t see beyond the home nation or Argentina as winners of the competition, believing the stifling conditions will play a major role in the tournament.

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