Solidarity Tickets for Non-League Day
Update: as a result of the announcement made today, the people running Clapton FC have bowed to pressure from fans and decided to offer free entry on Saturday to under-18s and pensioners, as well as offering a sale on beer. Nevertheless, we will continue to offer Solidarity Tickets to encourage as many people as possible to attend.
As the club has chosen not to embrace Non-League Day on Saturday 10th October, the Ultras are stepping in with ‘Solidarity Tickets’ paid for by fans.
If you’re unemployed, on benefits, a refugee or asylum-seeker (or just completely skint) and wanting to visit Clapton on Non-League Day, we’ll sort you out and make sure the cost of your ticket is covered.
Please spread the word across east London and let as many as possible know Solidarity Tickets are available if first-time visitors to Clapton want to come along.
If you’re a Clapton fan and can help cover cost of a visitor’s Solidarity Ticket, we need more volunteers. Send us a message. If you can help out on Saturday, meet us outside the ground before the game – look out for the ‘Proudly East London’ banner.
If you are unable to make it this weekend, you can send a donation via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday we’re also showing support from the Scaffold for FARE’s #footballpeople week of action against discrimination in football. Find out more here