WARRINGTON Town FC are offering all Premier League and Warrington Wolves season ticket holders a chance to sample non-league soccer with special "Watch Town for a £1" promotion for Saturday's clash with Radcliffe Borough, kick off 1pm.
Kick off has been moved forward to accommodate the Wales v England international, which will be screened at the club after the game.
It is a must win game for Warrington who are on the fringe of the play-off places and with there being no Premier League fixtures on Saturday the club is keen to build up its fan base for next season.
With the Wolves playing at Wigan on Friday evening, it also gives rugby fans the chance of seeing some local live sport on the Saturday.
With admission FREE for under 12s and for students at principal club sponsors Warrington Collegiate, Town are hoping for a bumper gate to help cheer them on towards the play-offs.
Chairman Gary Skentelbery said: "We have converted quite a few Premier League season ticket holders into Warrington Town fans over the past couple of seasons but I am sure there are hundreds, if not thousands more across the town and surrounding areas who have never sampled non league soccer.
"Those who have been converted now say watching Warrington Town is like watching real soccer from the good old days.
"Our gates have gradually been increasing but if we want to take the club up the leagues we need to grow our fan base.
"We have a very vocal young barmy army which is growing in size and I am sure any one visiting for the first time will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of football and the facilities in general.
"Our social club is the envy of many clubs at our level."
Premier League and Wolves season ticket holders can gain admission for £1 on Saturday, by simply showing their season tickets.
General admission is £7 for adults and £4 for concessions, £2 for 16s and under and Free for under 12s.