Non-League Day, the campaign to promote semi-professional and amateur football, returns for a fifth consecutive season on Saturday 6th September 2014.
The event, which regularly features on SKY Sports, Soccer AM, talkSPORT, 5live and The Non-League Football Show, always coincides with a break in the Premier League and Championship calendar, giving a wide range of fans the opportunity to visit their local non-League club.
The official charity partner for the 2014 event is Prostate Cancer UK. This will see hundreds of clubs across the country signing for Men United by raising money and awareness. The Non-League Day shop, run in conjunction with Cult Zeros, will also be donating 15% of all sales to Prostate Cancer UK.
In addition, Non-League Day will be working with a number of other agencies to promote important messages around anti-racism, grassroots participation and affordable local football.
The newly launched Non-League Day website features a wealth of information and features, including ways to get involved, ideas to boost crowds, online shop and a handy ‘match finder’.
Any help you can give in promoting this year’s event would be hugely appreciated. Further details can be obtained by emailing Non-League Day founder James Doe (email@example.com) or Campaign Manager Mike Bayly (firstname.lastname@example.org).