Pay What You Want at Felixstowe & Walton United on Non-League Day
Thursday, 5th Oct 2017 10:09
Felixstowe & Walton United will be celebrating Non-League Day and the club's annual Youth Day with a number of special offers, including pay what you want admission, when they host Ely City at the Goldstar Ground in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division on Saturday (KO 3pm).
The first 100 children through the turnstiles will also receive a voucher to exchange at the club shop for a free Seasiders goody bag.
Felixstowe & Walton sit 12 points clear at the top of the league following 12 wins from their first 13 games and attendances at the newly re-developed ground have risen to an average of almost 400.
The Seasiders are expecting in the region of 600 to 700 this Saturday and therefore request that spectators arrive in plenty of time to avoid congestion.
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