HEFEFORD UNITED want to pack out the stands out for their Easter Monday's home game against Alfreton (3pm kick-off).
The club are again offering Quid A Kid entrance to all areas of the ground – and the promotion was a big success last month, with more than 400 children under-15 years turning out to watch their team against Grimsby Town.
Looking to pack the house out, the Bulls are also offering savings for local football players.
Any FA-affiliated club in Herefordshire or the surrounding counties will be able to buy adult tickets for £10 providing they book for a group of 10 or more people.
With few games scheduled for Monday, the club are hoping to get all the support they can as in what is a huge clash for United in their fight to stay in the Skrill Premier.
And from midday on Monday, fans can also help raise money by donating unwanted, clean clothes at a drop-off point outside Addisons to St Johns Worcester Clothes Bank – who have agreed to pay 60 pence to United or every kilogram.
The group tickets will need to be booked in advance by contacting Lee Symonds at email@example.com , however the Quid A Kid offer is valid at the turnstiles.