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Level Playing Field supports Non-League Day

This Saturday (07.10.17) football supporters will be out in force for Non-League Day, the annual event that celebrates the semi-professional and grassroots game, which returns for its 8th consecutive season.


The event, planned every year to coincide with a break in the Premier League and Championship calendar, is a fantastic opportunity for fans to get out and watch their local team and we are encouraging disabled fans to go and watch their Non-League team this Saturday.


At LPF we are passionate about Non-League football and have recently featured the fantastic work of Non-League clubs including Wrexham, who recently hosted the second Welsh Regional Forum and FC United of Manchester who launched their new Disabled Supporters Association (DSA) in September.  LPF have also recently been contacted by Altrincham FC who are looking to make improvements for their disabled fans. 


Non-League Day isn’t about supporting just another team, it’s about supporting grassroots football which will ensure the foundations of the game stay strong into the future. Non-League Day is also a celebration of the diversity, passion and commitment that makes football in this country so popular and enduring to all fans alike.


You can find a game in your area by using the Non-League Day match finder


We’d love to hear from you about your Non-League Day experience, and encourage you to tweet us @lpftweets, or by leaving a fan comment on our club pages which can be found under the ‘Clubs / Venues’ tab. If there isn’t a club page for the team you went to see, you can email us at


Ruth Hopkins, General Manager of LPF said “We recognise how many disabled people regularly support Non-League football and the potential for many clubs to attract more disabled fans. We value our relationship with the National League and we are keen to support and advise all clubs where we can. We send our best wishes to everyone involved in Non-League Day 2017 and hope they can build on the success of previous years”


Non-League Day website