Barnet’s oldest football club, Hadley, will be opening their gates to the community on Saturday when they host Leighton Town at Brickfield Lane on the eighth annual Non-League Day.

With Barnet taking a weekend off from National League action, The Bricks are offering Bees fans free entry to the match with a membership card, or if they attend the game wearing Barnet colours.

Non-League Day was set up by Queens Park Rangers fan James Doe in 2010 after watching the west London side play a pre-season friendly at Tavistock. The day is organised to coincide with an international break and is backed by a range of Premier League and Football League clubs, MPs, media organisations and charities.

Hadley’s general manager Steve Gray said: “Non-League Day is terrific for non-league clubs like ours and we look forward to welcoming some new faces to Brickfield Lane.

"On non-league day last season, we had a bumper crowd, a great atmosphere, secured three points and we’re hoping for the same again this season.

"Whilst we can’t guarantee a Hadley win on Saturday, we can guarantee a warm welcome for everyone who comes to the game."

Hadley are currently ninth in the Spartan South Midland Premier Division, in step five of the non-league pyramid.

Kick-off is at 3pm and the address of the ground is Brickfield Lane, Barnet, Herts, EN5 3LD. Admission for adults is £6 and £3 for children.