To celebrate Non-League Day this saturday we have teamed up with legendary football magazine When Saturday Comes to give away copies of their November Non-League Special issue free to the first 100 fans through the turnstiles.
WSC is still the best football magazine on the market and never fails to impress, covering all the important (and not so important) aspects of the nation’s favourite sport. First published over 30 years ago it still retains a freshness and an infectious love of the game, and perhaps more importantly a fans perspective, that filters through every page. It’s still half-decent. Their current issue is the Non-League Special which celebrates the much neglected lower divisions (where we know the real football is).
We at Fisher love WSC so make sure to get to St Paul’s early on saturday to ensure your free copy.
The new WSC is out now, available to order from the WSC shop.
Newcastle fans take Direct action | The revival of Kettering Town | Watford: A model community club? | Life asa stadium manager | Tribute to Kevin Beattie | What’s going on Charlton? | Storm over season tickets | The super club in Belarus | In praise of small crowds | Sweden’s original derby
England’s waning European power | New film sheds light on gay players | Bolton walk financial tightrope | Ry Keane makes more headlines | EFL cross the streams | Battle of the Wicks | Non-League comforts | Focus on Ludek Miklosko | Denmark’s scratch squad splits the country | When Bursaspor leapfrogged the big three | Merthyr’s return from financial ruin | Readers survey results
Different worlds Non-League stadiums
As well as drawing attention to the world of football that exists beyond the Premier League and the EFL, one of the virtues of Non League Day, which will take place on October 13, is that it throws a spotlight on non-League football grounds. These invariably followed the same template as their Premier League and Football League peers, albeit on a miniaturised scale, before the advent of all-seat stadiums. The main difference was one of perception, which largely was due to the lack of coverage given to non-League football. Buy now to read the full article
WSC is the only nationally available independent football magazine in the UK, and you can get it monthly for a very reasonable £3.50. You should be able to find a copy in your local newsagent, otherwise outlets that stock WSC include WH Smith, mainline train stations plus selected Tescos. If you’re having trouble finding the magazine, you could do one of the following:
1. Subscribe now and also get access to the complete digital archive
2. Buy the latest issue direct from WSC
3. Sign up for our digital edition and apps for iPhone, iPad and Android
4. Email us
5. Ask your local newsagent to order it for you
WSC website: http://www.wsc.co.uk/
Fisher v Glebe
Satuday 13 October
SCEFL Premier Division
Full match details: http://www.fisherfc.org/fixture_and_result/scefl-premier-division-11/