This Saturday is the annual ‘Non League Day’, designed to promote non-league football on a day when there are no Premier League or Championship games because of England’s World Cup qualifying game in Slovakia.

In connection with this, Gateshead have reduced their admission prices for the game with Sutton United at the International Stadium to £12 for adults, £5 for concessions, and free admission for Under 16s provided they are with an adult. For every paying adult, Gateshead are donating £2 to Prostate Cancer UK.

Travel details

GATESHEAD v SUTTON UNITED

Saturday 3 September, kick off 3.00pm

GROUND: The International Stadium, Neilson Road, Gateshead NE10 0EF. Telephone 0191 478 3883

Website:www.gateshead-fc.com

COLOURS: Gateshead play in white shirts so we will be in amber.

ADMISSION: Accommodation is in the Tyne and Wear Stand, using turnstiles 1-4, which is all seated with cover. Non-League Day admission prices are £12 for adults; £5 for concessions and free for Under 16s accompanied by an adult.

BY CAR: Easy if quite a long way. Travel on the A1M until just north of junction 64 and the Washington services, then join the A194M. Leave the A194M in about three miles to take the A184 towards Gateshead, and the ground is on the right in about three miles. Free parking available on a first come first served basis in car parks 2 and 3, and public parking also available near the stadium..

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT.Regular trains on the hour and half hour to Newcastle from King’s Cross, taking just over three hours. Then take the Metro to Gateshead Stadium station – trains run every six minutes and it’s about a five minute journey (two stops), followed by a 10-15 minute walk. Return trains from Newcastle are also about every half hour. At time of writing the cheapest fare was £115, an advance fare which must be booked in advance, travelling out on any service, and back on any train up to 18.30.

Details

For full details of all of the club’s activities go to SUTTON