Saturday 6th September 2014 has been officially designated as Non-League Day 2014. To support and celebrate non-league football, Burgess Hill Town FC is delighted to announce FREE entry for ALL.
The Hillians play East Grinstead (3pm) that day in the Ryman League Division One South and all Adults and Children will get FREE admission.
To help cover expenses the club are delighted to announce that Burgess Hill based company, Planet Partitioning have generously agreed to sponsor the day.
Non-League Day falls once a year and is designed to get football fans of clubs playing at all levels from the Premiership down to support their local teams. There are no Premiership or Championship fixtures that day because England will be playing the night before.
Some clubs have in the past offered discounted entrance fees for season ticket holders of other professional clubs but the Hillians have taken the bold decision to open their doors to not only to those supporters but to the whole community - for free.
Chairman Kevin Newell said “We are enjoying exciting times at the club at the moment. We hope by getting involved in Non-League Day 2014 we can advertise the work that is being done both on and off the pitch. We want ‘new faces’ at this game and we want them to come back for more. We believe we offer the best football and facilities in Mid Sussex and we want the community of Burgess Hill and its surrounding area to see for themselves and if they come on Sept 6th they can - for free!”
This Saturday Burgess Hill Town entertain Eastbourne Town in the FA Cup as the Hillians look for a good run in the competition.
The Hillians, who enjoyed a little run in the competition last season before exiting to Conference South side Bromley, will be without defender Will Miles who serves a one match suspension.