Ahead of the Spitfires’ clash against Hartlepool United tomorrow, read about all that’s going on at the Silverlake Stadium.

This Non-League Day, we are the designated fixture for the nationally recognised day with plenty going on.

We are anticipating our highest league home attendance at the Silverlake Stadium of the season on what will be a busy day for an important game of the season.

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The Spitfires need your support for what is a crucial game as we approach the closing stages of the Vanarama National League season.

With tomorrow expected to be busy, we advise supporters to arrive earlier than usual to avoid missing any of the action at the stadium.

Parking in Lower Hardmoor will be available to supporters at £10 per vehicle. This can be purchased on the day as you arrive.

Prostate Cancer UK

Prostate Cancer UK will celebrate a 10-year milestone working with Non-League Day on Saturday 23rd March 2024 and our match against Hartlepool United will mark the occasion.

For the last decade, Prostate Cancer UK has worked side by side with the popular annual football matchday experience, raising money to fund lifesaving research and to increase the knowledge and awareness of prostate cancer – the most common cancer in men.

This year, The Spitfires will be taking part and will receive a limited edition matchday pennant marking the 10-year anniversary, showcasing our support for Prostate Cancer UK and continuing a theme of activity with the charity on the annual day since 2014. 

Prostate Cancer UK will have a stall in the stadium where you will able to pick up a Prostate Cancer pin badge for a £2 donation. They will also have members running the stall who can provide information and answer any questions you may have.

Jeff Stelling

Presenter and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Jeff Stelling MBE will see his club Hartlepool United visit Eastleigh in the National League, one of ten focus matches across the UK to mark the 10 years.

He said: “Non-League Day is a really important and influential campaign – something I always get behind. It’s such a good partnership which allows a brilliant charity which means so much to me to continue their lifesaving work across the football landscape. Non-League Day is the perfect platform to do that. See you there!” 

Premier League Trophy

In celebration of Non-League Day, supporters are invited to see the Premier League Trophy up close at the Silverlake Stadium.

The trophy will be by the side of the pitch ahead of the 3pm kick-off as the club take on Hartlepool United in the National League on Saturday.

Supporters attending the match can have their photograph taken with the iconic silverware, following the likes of Premier League champions Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, Sergio Aguero, and David Beckham.

Eastleigh FC has received substantial grants from the Premier League Stadium Fund for improvements at the Silverlake Stadium, with funding provided for the pitch reconstruction and new irrigation system in 2021.

The Premier League contributes world-leading levels of investment to communities and football at all levels across England and Wales, with more than £200m supplied via the Premier League Stadium Fund for ground improvements at more than 1,000 clubs across the football pyramid.