The money you hand over at the turnstile or tea-bar will make a real impact on football and your community.
All this weekend’s local fixtures are here for you, so all you need to do is pick one and get your coat on.
Just because Rovers were shifted to televised football’s graveyard slot, doesn’t mean you should go without a game on Saturday.
Don’t let another of our town’s great clubs go the same way as Bentley, as Mexborough, as Hatfield Main, as Denaby United all went before.
Doncaster Rovers’ short trip to Sheffield this weekend should point to a higher than average travelling crowd making their way to Bramall Lane. But, you won’t all be heading over to get behind Rob Jones so for the 4,000 and more of you not making the short trip down the M18 it is time to accept…
If you’re not going to Port Vale you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to football in the local area
Give your money to an actual person rather than one of Rupert Murdoch’s bank accounts, and see it go to an actual club.
Whilst you may have dented the takings of a distant pub no doubt inevitably called The Railway, you can at least get out the house and support local football.
Doncaster Rovers Belles, kept their title hopes alive with victory at leaders Sunderland last weekend, and now host Durham at the Keepmoat Stadium at 6:30pm on Saturday.
You can enjoy another local Non League Day all over again, for a second week running, without being eyed suspiciously by the regulars in the tea-hut.
Non league football is not the poor relation, it is instead, in most cases, the ideal. Lads from your community backed by volunteers from your community, taking on the world, one pit village at a time.
Whether you make it to Armthorpe, Rossington of Askern doesn’t really matter. Either way, it’s win-win for you and for football in general.