Eager Beavers and Dulwich Hamlet fans can ‘pay what they want’ at South London derby clash to mark Non-League Day

Avid football fans will get the chance to pay what they want to watch Hampton & Richmond Borough’s Premier League match in Dulwich Hamlet tomorrow.

The initiative is being offered by Dulwich as part of Non League Day, an annual event to promote grassroots football which is now in its fourth year.

Once match day costs have been covered the cash donated will be given to homeless charities Homes for Heroes and the Robes Project.

Both charities were chosen by Southwark mayor Councillor Sunil Chopra who will also be attending the game.

Dulwich Hamlet are hoping to break their record attendance of 1,835 fans.

In addition to Non-League Day, Saturday’s clash is one of four matches this weekend chosen to publicise the Season of Action, part of Kick It Out’s campaign against racism and discrimination in football.

To mark the event Dulwich Hamlet fans will gather in Peckham before marching to Champion Hill for the match.

Hampton & Richmond Borough are eyeing their third straight win after securing a midweek victory at Harrow Borough following last Saturday’s win against Lewes.

Picture courtesy of Sam, with thanks

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