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23 March 2024

Club News


23 March 2024

Town are proud to be celebrating Non-League Day on Saturday (23 March 2024)

- Non-League Day on Saturday 23 March 2024
- Prostate Cancer UK celebrate 10 year milestone
- Find out more about the day by CLICKING HERE

Town are proud to be supporting Non-League Day on Saturday 23 March 2024, as Prostate Cancer UK celebrate a 10 year milestone of working with the popular annual football experience!

With Non-League Day taking place today (23 March 2024), Town are pleased to be supporting the campaign - and encouraging fans to support their local teams during the international break.

Now a key part of the football calendar, the initiative was launched in 2010 and is scheduled annually to coincide with an international break to provide a platform for clubs to promote the importance of affordable volunteer-led community football, whilst also giving fans across the country the chance to show support for their local non-league side.

Most games still kick off at 3pm, with affordable ticket prices, you can often stand anywhere in the ground, and you'll always be warmly welcomed by supporters and staff alike!

Search for a local non-league match you can attend this weekend by CLICKING HERE!

Alongside the day itself, Prostate Cancer UK are also celebrating a 10 year milestone working with the annual football experience, helping to raise money to fund lifesaving research and raising awareness of prostate cancer - the most common cancer in men.

One in eight men will be affected by prostate cancer - it is vital that men know their risk. 

Amongst wig-wearing supporters, branded armbands, crossbar challenges, and epic walks to games, Non-League Day has always caught the imagination among the grassroots game for those wishing to show their support for Prostate Cancer UK - and there's still time for you to get involved!

Prostate Cancer UK Chief Executive, Laura Kerby, said:

“We are excited to be marking our tenth anniversary this year with Non-League Day and are delighted that so many clubs are taking part.

"This is always an important day on the football calendar, particularly for us, as the spotlight falls on the grassroots game, and our continued collaboration will not only put us at the heart of the action, but will be a gamechanger for those men and their loved ones affected by prostate cancer.

"We thank James Doe and the Non-League Day family, all the clubs, staff and players, and of course the fans for all their support.” 

Non-League Day founder James Doe said:

"It's been great working with Prostate Cancer UK over the last 10 years.

"We originally chose them as we knew they did great work throughout the football community.

"It's been very satisfying to see non-league clubs and their fans so willing to engage with the charity, and we hope they can do so again to mark this milestone year.”

Football fans can check their risk of prostate cancer on Prostate Cancer UK's official website HERE, and for those wishing to support the charity, get in touch via to find out more.

You can find out more about Non-League Day and how you can get involved this weekend by CLICKING HERE!

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