Non League Day

Non-League Day & Sunday League Day 2024

Show your support on Saturday 23rd March & Sunday 24th March

On Saturday 23rd March, Non-League Day is celebrated across the country. Then, on Sunday 24th March, the inaugural Sunday League Day will take place. Here’s how you can show your support.


Non-League shines a spotlight on the semi-professional and amateur levels of the beautiful game. It’s a celebration not just of football but of community, resilience, and the pure love of the sport.

In Derbyshire, the following non-league step clubs will be playing at home at 3PM on Saturday 23rd March:

  • Chesterfield FC vs Boreham Wood FC
  • Matlock Town FC vs Whitby Town FC
  • Gresley Rovers FC vs Sutton Coldfield Town FC
  • Glossop North End AFC vs Barnoldswick Town FC
  • Clay Cross Town FC vs Glasshoughton Welfare FC
  • Dronfield Town FC vs Shirebrook Town FC
  • Staveley Miners Welfare FC vs Louth Town FC

Why not head down to the one nearest to you?


Sunday League Day is a new concept to promote Sunday League football across the UK, piggybacking on the success of Non-League Day in recent years. The objective is to raise the profile of Sunday League football and drive interest and participation.

In Derbyshire, we have the Alfreton & District Sunday League, the Chesterfield & District Sunday League, the Derby Taverners League & the Long Eaton Sunday Football League. Why not visit the links for more info and attend the game nearest to you?


How you can get involved:

  1. Find a match near you: Use the Non-League Day website or social media channels to find a game happening in your area.
  2. Spread the word: Use your social media platforms to spread the word. Share posts and invite friends and family to join you.
  3. Embrace the day: Whether it’s your first time at a non-league or Sunday League game or you’re a seasoned fan, embrace the experience. Engage with other supporters, explore the clubs facilities and immerse yourself in the community spirit.


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