BROMSGROVE Sporting FC will face Pershore Town tomorrow (Saturday) for the annual Non-League Day to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK.
With no Premier League or Championship matches due to the internationals, it is hoped residents will come out in force to support the event, returning for its sixth season.
Sporting are one of only four clubs in the country to officially celebrate the 2015/16 Non-League Day and The Bromsgrove Sporting Supporters Society which owns 30 per cent of the club are hoping it will spark local interest in the club and football in general.
Prior to the match, at 12.30pm, there will be the Walking Football six-a-side final for the over 50s.
Anyone entering the Victoria Ground before 1pm will be allowed in for free.
Mascots for both Bromsgrove Sporting and Pershore Town will be from Millfields First School who are being encouraged to watch Sporting by one of the parents who regularly attends with his young daughter.
All under 12s get free entry for all matches and, for this game, there will be free squash and biscuits at half-time for children along with a football goody bag made up of football magazines and trading cards.
Libby Mae’s Little Angels, the club-supported charity, will provide entertainment at half-time.