Rochdale Football Club and Community Trust are pleased to announce that the final home game of the season will again be a dedicated Grassroots Day.
The fixture against Sutton United on Saturday 29th April will see hundreds of tickets made available to players and coaches of grassroots teams across the North West.
It’s part of the club’s commitment to its community, which as-well as providing 300 match tickets to the Community Trust every game, sees the Dale run dedicated matchdays across the season.
“Grassroots teams are the lifeblood of the sport,” commented Ryan Bradley, Community Trust Director.
“We look forward to welcoming coaches who give up their time week in, week out for free, as volunteers and kids who brave all weathers looking to emulate their footballing icons!
“Hopefully they enjoy their day at the Crown Oil Arena!”
Tickets are available absolutely free of charge, but must be claimed by noon on Monday 24th April.
To claim, a team will need to complete the application form HERE.
There are 16 children tickets and two adult tickets for every team and each free ticket will need a unique email address.
The first ten teams to book will get the opportunity to be flag bearers for the fixture, so book without delay!
If there are any enquiries, please email Dean.Weaver@rochdaleafc.co.uk.