Charlton, Millwall and Palace fans are being urged to get involved in this weekend’s Non-League Day by visiting local semi-pro teams during the international break.

Non-League Day was launched in 2010 and aims to take advantage of the blank international weekends by getting supporters of professional teams through the turnstiles of clubs lower down the football pyramid.

On Saturday Conference South duo Bromley and Ebbsfleet will both be offering incentives to check out their respective home encounters against Chelmsford and St Albans.

If you bring your season ticket from a Premier League or Football League club with you to Bromley’s Hayes Lane ground, you will be allowed in for half the regular admission price.

As with every Lillywhites home game this season, entry for U16s is free provided kids are in the ground before 2pm.

And there will also be another of the club’s successful Family Fun Days with a bouncy castle, face painting and beat the goalie competition.

Ebbsfleet, meanwhile, are offering free entry to all U16s at Stonebridge Road, as well as a free Charlie Sheringham T-shirt to all junior Fleet season-ticket holders.

In the Isthmian Division One North, Thamesmead Town host Needham Market at Bayliss Avenue and it is £4 in on production of a season ticket from any professional club.

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