WITTON Albion's remaining home games are to be televised.
Albion are at the centre of a UniBond League experiment inspired by fundraising company Sponsor-Link.
Their games will be broadcast over the internet to pubs and clubs in Northwich.
The first transmission will be the game against Ilkeston Town on Saturday week and the UniBond League have given permission for another five to be shown.
Sponsor-Link boss Mark Bailey said: 'Thanks to advances in broadband technology small clubs can do the same as the Premiership.
'The UniBond League will be studying the trials closely to see if there is an effect on attendances.
'We do not think there will be, but we will be raising Witton's profile and of all those who advertise on the g round.
'A lot of clubs are taking close interest is how things go at Witton. It has caught their imagination and we are hoping for great things.
'We shall be announcing next week which pubs will be showing the Ilkeston game.'
On-screen advertising could provide extra income for clubs next season.
UniBond League marketing director Mark Harris said: 'The development could have massive appeal for all non-league clubs.'
Albion are at Fleetwood in the UniBond League Cup semi-final on Saturday. The tie will be played to a conclusion with extra time and penalties if necessary, the winners meeting either Matlock or Whitby in the final.
Manager Jim Vince said: 'They are competitive and have some good play-ers. Let's hope we don't need extra time.'
But Albion will have to improve on their defeat at Ashton. 'They were the better side,' said Vince.