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Saturday, October 7, gives football fans the chance to go out and support non-league football by going to a local or grass roots match over the weekend.

The day, which was set up in 2010 by organiser James Doe, gives the chance for the non league football leagues up and down the UK a chance to showcase the fantastic delights of grass roots football, when there is an international break in the season.

With great support coming from anti-discrimination organisation Kick It Out for the sixth year running, this season 4 teams in non-league day; Altrincham, Metropolitan Police, Slimbridge and Solihull Moors will support the actions of the foundation with their home fixtures.

With the added addition of the FA Trophy beginning with the preliminary round,and no Premier League, Championship or Home Nations featuring in international matches, non-league day gives you the opportunity to see hard working clubs, who might not make any financial gain in a season, enjoy what they do!

Here is a selection of matches in and around London for Non-League Day –

National League:

Sutton United v Fylde

Boreham Wood v FC Halifax Town

Woking v Dagenham

Maidenhead United v Aldershot Town

National League South:

Wealdstone v Whitehawk

Welling United v Chippenham Town 

Bostik League Premier Division:

Dulwich Hamlet v Needham Market

Enfield Town v Margate

Harrow Borough v Kingstonian

Leatherhead v Harlow Town

Metropolitan Police v Folkestone Invicta

Tooting and Mitcham United v Worthing

The FA Trophy – Preliminary Round:

Brentwood Town v South Park

Greenwich Borough v Hanwell Town

Haringey Borough v Whyteleafe

Thamesmead Town v AFC Hornchurch

For further information on the day go to


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