Free Kicks named charity partner for Non League Day

We were honoured and excited to be recently asked to become the charity partner for this season’s Non League Day, which takes place on Saturday October 13th.

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 helps promote hundreds of clubs across the country who are almost exclusively volunteer-run and do so much good for the local community.
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 12th October 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 13th October!

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!”

We will be getting involved in Non League Day by arranging Kicks at non-league games on the day, we have already organised one for the game at Kenilworth Road between Luton Town and Nuneaton Town.

You can keep up with all the news on the website where there is a list of all clubs taking part in the day:

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One Response to Free Kicks named charity partner for Non League Day

  1. We are holding a non league day event at rugby town fc. We will be arranging a bucket drop for you as the nominated charity. Can you send further information please? Thanks.

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