Fans encouraged to visit their local clubs on Non League Day

PUBLISHED: 07:10 06 October 2017

One again the October international break, which brings a pause in Premier League games, will see thousands of fans swap Vicarage Road and the Emirates for places like Clarence Park and Rothamsted Park.

Non League Day as it has been christened, is a nationwide event which encourages fans to go to watch the non-league teams in their area.

Both St Albans City and Harpenden Town are at home this year with Saints hosting Bath City and Harps up against Cockfosters.

St Albans are offering free entry to U16s and half-price entry to all Premier League and EFL season-ticket holders.

The clubs Young Saints scheme will be launched on the day and ex-Arsenal striker Alan Smith will be in attendance to help raise money for Prostate Cancer UK, the partners of the day, plus local ales from the Three Brewers will be on sale.

Both games start at 3pm.

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