What to do TOMORROW in Hampshire on Non-League Day!

TOMORROW is Non-League day but what does that mean exactly and for those in Hampshire?

Non-League day originally commenced 14 years ago and is an opportunity for Non-League sides (all clubs below League Two) to promote themselves one day during the season exactly during the International break, when Premier League, Championship and some League one and League Two games will be off.

All Non-League outfits run on volunteers whether its Aldershot Town in the National League or Romsey Town in the Wessex League.

Eastleigh who have been knocking on the door of the football league in recent years have offered Premier League or football league clubs season ticket holders tickets for tomorrows match against Hartlepool United at half price.

Meanwhile season ticket holders at the Spitfires can also bring a companion with them for 50% off tickets, however these deals finished last night.

Down in the New Forest nearly ten miles away from the Silverlake stadium and two leagues down below i the Southern Premier AFC Totton are proposing their own deals for the occasion.

All under-18s get in for free and every u-16 as long as they’re joined by an adult can get into the game versus Beaconsfield Town can enter without payment.

As well as this Southampton, Portsmouth, AFC Bournemouth and Eastleigh season ticket holders are allowed for half price fees.

On top of this Stags season ticket holders are allowed to bring two pals each again for 50% off ticket prices each.

Up the M3 in North Hampshire Basingstoke Town in the same league have a slightly different take for Non-League day for their fixture against Beaconsfield.

The Dragons are permitting for any Reading supporters can purchase a match ticket online for a cheaper price than usual £8 where upon entry they are obliged to bring their Ding season ticket along with them.

The Southern Premier side will be handing over 50% of all of these specific tickets sold to fundraising campaigns ran by Reading fans which go towards helping the club who are on their hands and knees due to ongoing financial issues behind the scenes at the club.