Head down to Bath City Football Club on Saturday 20 November and pay whatever you want on the gate to watch the club’s Community Day Match against Concord Rangers. 

Thanks to the generosity of sponsors Novia Financial, Curo, Edible Art and Billing Better, everyone in the local community can come along and pay whatever they want on the gate to witness quality, competitive football right on their doorstep. The community-owned football club is also laying on extras, with every kid receiving a freebie and getting the chance to have a go at the inflatable beat-the-goalie – plus more to be announced.

Even better, a proportion of gate receipts are donated to the club’s charity, the Bath City FC Foundation. 

The Romans have been enjoying bumper attendances since the return from lockdown, with the best early-season crowds since 1978 – including 1,421 for their recent 5-0 victory over Frome Town. So enjoy a family day out and find out why more and more people are making a trip to Twerton Park part of their family tradition. 

“We are thrilled to once again open our gates to our local community on 20th November and are looking forward to welcoming you to our family-friendly club,” said Community Director, Joy Saunders. “We know its been a tough couple of years and this is our opportunity to showcase the best of what Bath City Football Club have to offer – the football is sure to be excellent and there’s plenty more to enjoy too! It’s sure to be a day not to be missed.”

Pay what you want on the gate, or choose how much to pay for advance tickets at www.bathcityfc.com/tickets