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Bargains on offer to fans at Bromley and Ebbsfleet on Non-League Day
TOMORROW is Non-League Day and there are plenty of bargain offers to be had at the Bromley v Welling and Ebbsfleet v Alfreton games.
Anyone turning up before 2pm at Hayes Lane for the Conference South derby between Bromley and Welling can gain admission for half price.
This means the prices have been reduced so adults pay £6, OAPs £3, students with ID £2.50, U16s £1 with valid ID and you can also pay an additional £1 to sit in the main stand.
Normal admission prices apply after 2pm and are as follows: adults £12, OAPs £6, U16s and students £5, armed forces/emergency services £6 and unemployed £6.
Turnstiles open at 1pm and as well as being Non-League Day, the Kick it Out campaign will be holding a series of promotional events throughout the day.
The game will also be featured by Sky Sports News between 9am and noon in their Access all Areas slot.
If you are heading to Stonebridge Road to watch the Conference meeting between Ebbsfleet and Alfreton, then you could save some money if you are already a season ticket holder with a Premier League or Championship club.
Provided you bring that season ticket with you to the turnstile, you will be admitted for £10.
Children aged between five and 12 can also get in for £1 provided they are accompanied by a paying adult.
Non-League Day, now running for its third consecutive year, is a celebration of the semi-professional and amateur game and a chance for fans of clubs higher up the pyramid to experience football at a level they may be otherwise unfamiliar with.
The initiative is the brainchild of James Doe, a lifelong football fan, supporter of QPR and follower of Harrow Borough FC.
Doe said: “With England playing on Friday 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.
“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 at a fraction of the cost, what's stopping you?”
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