Alfreton Town Football Club chairman Wayne Bradley is looking to make next weekend’s vital home match against Welling United a sell-out by allowing fans to pay what they want to watch the game.
The game could have a massive say in whether Alfreton avoid relegation to the Conference North.
Announcing the offer, Bradley said: “We want to make it as easy as possible for the people of Alfreton to get behind the manager and players in our bid for Vanarama Conference survival and I feel it is time to give something back to the community by allowing people to come to the match for a price which they decide.
“This is a gesture to the whole of Alfreton and the outlying areas. It is also a thank you and a reward for our loyal supporters who have backed us throughout a tough season.
“I really hope the town comes out in big numbers to support the boys. Playing in front of a large crowd would be fantastic for the team and a big boost for the club as we try to stay in non league’s top flight.”
“We want to maximise the attendance, pack the Impact Arena out for this match, and roar the team on to victory.”
The pay-as-you-want scheme also applies to away fans.
Alfreton Town v Welling United is on Saturday, April 18th with a 3pm kick-off.