Dulwich Hamlet back Non-League Day

Written by on October 6, 2017 in Sport, Sport - No comments

Fans attending Dulwich Hamlet’s home game against Needham Market this Saturday will have the chance to pay what they wish thanks to club’s temporary pay-what-you-like policy this weekend.

Tomorrow, for one day only, fans will be invited to pay what they like at the turnstiles as part of the seventh anniversary of Non-League Day. The Pink and Blues, who are fourth in the Bostik Premier Division, currently top the division’s fan attendance table.

On average more than 1,400 punters turn up to Dulwich’s games at their Champion Hill home. Three years ago the club’s fan attendance record was broken thanks to a massive turnout of 2,856 spectators on Non-League Day.

The Copleston Centre and Lambeth and Southwark MIND charity will benefit from the profits raised by the Dulwich on Saturday. Proceeds from the club’s 50/50 raffle will be donated to Prostate Cancer, a charity being supported by Non-League Day organisers.

For more details visit Dulwich Hamlet’s web site.

Dulwich Hamlet fans cheering their team on. (Photo: Brixton Blog)

 

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