It's international week, so get yourself to a Non League game and support the grassroots!

Non-League Day was set up in 2010 and is now an annual part of the footy calendar!

The Prem, EFL, MPs, celebs, charities and your favourite footy magazine (BBC MOTD mag!) all support it!

Always scheduled during international breaks (so no excuse not to go!) Non-League Day gives smaller, local clubs an opportunity to welcome fans who don’t normally watch matches at this level!

So, whether you’re a Prem or Championship fan without a game, a League One or League Two supporter who can’t make an away trip, or just curious about your local club, try a game this weekend!

Click HERE to find a Non-League match this weekend!

Lee Stobbs running with the ball for Kings Langley
MOTD mag's own LEE STOBBS plays for berkhamsted – catch them at home to herne bay in the fa trophy, 3pm this sat!


  1. AUTOGRAPHS! Non-league players often like to meet fans and take selfies if you ask!

  2. VALUE! Young fans like you often get in for free!

  3. WARM WELCOME! Clubs at this level are mostly volunteer run, they rely on fans like you visiting so will be buzzing to see you!

  4. TEKKERS! You’ll be able to get really close to the action and might be suprised by the speed and skill on display! 

  5. DOGS! Most club let four legged friends into watch too, so you might see a dog!
Stobbsy Bighead