People will be able to pay whatever they want to attend Bath City FC’s match against Concord Rangers this Saturday, as part of a Community Day at Twerton Park.
Locals will be able to enjoy an afternoon of football with their whole family or friends without worrying about the cost, and take advantage of activities including face painting, and inflatable beat-the-goalie.
Free mini footballs will be available for children, and a number of furry friends will also be visiting from Bath City Farm.
A pizza van will be open at the ground, alongside an outdoor bar for visitors.
Bath City Director Jon Bickley said: “This is one of our favouring games of the year when we invite everyone along to watch a match, regardless of whether they can normally afford it – or just to give Bath City a go risk-free.
“With an outdoor bar and catering and covered terracing and seating in the fresh air, it’s one of the best ways people can get together for a fun afternoon right now!”
Visitors can pay what they want on the gate or book online for minimal cost at www.bathcityfc.com/tickets.
Sponsors of the club, including Novia Financial, Curo, Prior Park Schools, Billing Better and Edible Art, have helped make the Community Day possible.
The event will start at 1pm on Saturday 20th November, with kick-off at 3pm.