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You could play at St George’s Park, plus T-shirts and hoodies are available

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2 September ~ Non League Day takes place tomorrow, with many lower-league clubs hoping for a boost in attendances while the Premier League and Championship are on an international break. It’s one of the highlights of the non-League calendar and this year the football-based fundraising platform Tifosy are running a campaign to both increase awareness of the day and raise money for its charity partner Prostate Cancer UK. To support this Tifosy are holding a five-a-side tournament at St George’s Park on September 10 and 11, while Non League Day 2016 hoodies and T-shirts are also available. You can find out how to support both Non League Day and Prostate Cancer UK here.

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