Kick It Out will partner Non League Day for the seventh year running on Saturday 13th October as the organisation gears up for its biggest ever involvement in the initiative.
As Kick It Out marks 25 years of campaigning for equality in football, a number of teams across the country will be dedicating fixtures to football’s equality and inclusion organisation.
Worksop Town are one of the teams who are dedicating their home fixture on Non-League day to recognise Kick it Out’s work.
This Saturday, Worksop Town will be opening their gates at midday where they will welcome their fans and local community to get involved in pre-match activities. Entry for kids is free on the day and they are invited to join in at the football coaching area, FIFA competition in the indoor games room, half time cross bar challenge, inflatable speed cage, plus many other activities.
“Non League Day is a brilliant initiative all about getting down to support your local team, and we hope our involvement will help bring local communities closer together with their club, regardless of background.” (Kick it Out).
“Worksop Town are a great example of a ‘community’ club. They are ambitious, passionate about developing players, and want to reach the highest standards. We are grateful to be working with Worksop Town and their members at this event”. (Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA).
For more information about Kick it Out, the work that they do, and how you can get involved please visit their website.