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Liverpool fans encouraged to support local sides this weekend for Non-League Day

Liverpool aren’t in action this weekend due to the international break, so fans are being urged to show support to local non-league sides instead.

Following Jurgen Klopp‘s Reds is a full-time occupation these days, with matches every few days more often than not.

It’s two weeks between matches right now, however, with the latest international break interrupting the top end of the domestic calendar.

That said, it remains all systems go in the lower levels of English football, and fans are encouraged to get out and support their local non-league teams as a result this weekend, officially designated as Non-League Day.

For fans in and around the Liverpool area, a whole host of teams are in action on Saturday, October 13. All matches are 3pm kick-off.

  • Southport vs. York City
  • Marine vs. Whitby Town
  • Litherland Remyca vs. Thackley
  • Bootle vs. Burscough
  • Vauxhall Motors vs. Seaham Red Star
  • Runcorn Town vs. Guisborough Town
  • Warrington Town vs. Matlock Town
  • Skelmersdale United vs. Frickley Athletic
  • St. Helens Town vs. Daisy Hill
  • Ashton Athletic vs. 1874 Northwhich

Home supporters celebrating their team's fourth goal at the Delta Taxis Stadium, Bootle, Merseyside as City of Liverpool hosted Holker Old Boys in a North West Counties League division one match. Founded in 2015, and aiming to be the premier non-League club in Liverpool, City were admitted to the League at the start of the 2016-17 season and were using Bootle FC's ground for home matches. A 6-1 victory over their visitors took 'the Purps' to the top of the division, in a match watched by 483 spectators.

For those supporters outside the Liverpool area, it’s also simple to find your local matches: just visit‘s match finder map, type in your postcode and take your pick.

Recently, This Is Anfield featured City of Liverpool FC and the story behind their rise and ambitions. For fans who like an away day, the Purps are at Hebburn Town this weekend in the FA Vase.

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