Chester FC have announced children will be able to watch the final game of the 2015-16 season against Gateshead for free.
The Blues secured their National League status with an excellent 2-1 victory at high-flying Grimsby Town last time out and are going for a third straight win.
To mark the end of the season, the fan-owned club will once more be opening up the South Stand for families, schools, clubs and community groups.
The initiative ran successfully for the games with Torquay United, Bromley and Welling United with hundreds of children snapping up the chance to watch the Blues for free and those three games produced no fewer than 13 goals with Chester scoring 11 of them.
On Saturday every game in the National League kicks-off at 5.30pm but the fun begins earlier in the afternoon with the club's annual sponsored walk, which will be raising funds for the youth academy.
This year’s walk will begin from the ground at 2.30pm and supporters are encouraged to get down to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium and get involved.
There will also be a hog roast, a sale on current season gear in the club shop and the launch of the club's new home kit, which sees a welcome return to striped shirts .
Chester FC Community Trust is coordinating the offer and the club is hopeful lots of children will attend the game.
In order to help ensure children are supervised, one adult per three youngsters will receive a free ticket. Additional adult tickets are available at a reduced rate of £10 each.
To take advantage of the offer and secure free tickets, email email@example.com with the names of the children attending, their home addresses with postcode, and the name of the school, team or community group attended.
Requested tickets will be available for collection from outside the South Stand before the game.
To find out more details or register for the sponsored walk either call 01244 371376 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.