Harrow Borough have announced a range of discounts and offers for Non-League Day on Saturday.

They welcome Gosport Borough for a Southern League Premier South fixture and will allow free entry for NHS and Emergency Service staff, as well as discounted tickets online for adults (£10) and concessions (£5).

Any Premier League or EFL season-ticket holders will gain half-price entry, as will any ticket holders for the England v Ukraine match at Wembley on Sunday.

And under-12s will also gain free entry if accompanied by an adult, while the club will also be running another local Schools Day, where pupils and parents from invited schools can enter for £1.

Children will receive an activity pack and enter a raffle to win prizes from the club shop.

James Clouting, the club's Community Outreach Lead, said: "Non-League Day is one of the main dates in the non-league calendar and an opportunity to show how Harrow Borough and clubs across the country are held together by amazing volunteers.

"The game itself is the definition of a six-pointer and any extra voices will really help the team in what is a must-win match for us."

ID and proof of purchase is required for those hoping to take up the offers, with tickets on sale at harrowboroughfc.ktckts.com until 1pm on Saturday.

The club have also announced that manager Steve Baker will leave after the current season when his contract comes to an end.

Baker advised representatives of the board at a recent meeting that he would not be looking to extend his tenure as first-team boss.

And a statement released by chairman Peter Rogers said: "The club understands the thinking behind his decision and thanks him for his efforts, hard work and selfless dedication during his years in charge – service which will make him the longest serving first-team manager in the club’s history.

"The club and Mr Baker have agreed that he will continue in the role until the end of the current season and he is committed to doing everything he can to help the club stave off the threat of relegation from the Southern League Premier Division South.

"The club will shortly start the process of appointing Mr Baker’s successor and in that regard applications, together with CV, are invited from interest parties.

"These are to be sent either by post or email to the club for the attention of the Chairman. It is hoped to make an announcement by the end of the current season."