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Boost for Non-League Day as leading ticketing provider signs up to help increase attendances

FREE online ticketing portal available to clubs courtesy of Kaizen Ticketing

The move makes it easier than ever for clubs of any size to sell tickets online and get revenue before match day

Bumper crowds are expected at this years’ Non-League Day (Saturday 7th October) after the NLD team partnered with Kaizen Ticketing,
a leading non-league ticketing provider, to help non-league clubs attract more supporters to their matches.

The move, which materialised after Kaizen offered their services for free, will make it easier than ever for supporters to buy tickets online to any game taking place on Non-League Day.

Clubs wishing to partake in the scheme simply need to register their interest with Kaizen, who will provide them with a bespoke online portal that they can promote through their networks.
Supporters who buy tickets through the site will be able to print them at home and have them scanned on entry to the match.

Clubs interested in signing-up do not need to have an existing ticketing system of any kind – Kaizen will provide all the necessary infrastructure and technical support.
Several non-league clubs are already using Kaizen Ticketing to sell match tickets, season tickets, memberships and merchandise.
These include: King’s Lynn Town FC, Curzon Ashton FC, Gainsborough Trinity FC, Maidenhead United FC and Basingstoke Town FC.

James Doe, Founder, Non-League Day, said: “For the first time ever, we have a ticketing partner who wants to help clubs get more supporters to games on Non-League Day. Kaizen are kindly giving their services for free, so you can’t really lose.”

David Lynam, Founder, Kaizen Ticketing, said: “We are delighted to be helping promote Non-League Day. It’s exciting to think about all the extra supporters who might come along to a game because they saw a link online to buy tickets. Our team can get your match on sale online quickly, so get in touch and start benefiting from collecting gate revenues earlier.”

Clubs wanting a FREE bespoke ticketing portal built ahead of Non-League Day should e-mail:

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Non-League Day 2017 - 7th October

Following another successful event last year, Non-League Day (NLD) will return for an eighth consecutive season on 7 October 2017.

NLD was launched in 2010 as an event to give non-league clubs in the English National League System a chance to promote themselves during an international break when Premier League and EFL Championship clubs have the weekend off and England are not playing on the Saturday.

This year’s event also enjoys the added bonus of not coinciding with international matches for any of the home nations which frees up more clubs and fans in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to also take part if they wish.

Over the next couple of months we will load all fixtures featuring clubs from Steps 1-6 onto our match map and will happily also include clubs from other steps and countries if they get in touch.

As in previous seasons, thousands of pounds are expected to be raised by fundraising fans for good causes led by NLD's official charity, Prostate Cancer UK. For information on fundraising ideas and other tools for clubs supporting Non League Day 2017, visit

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