Football fans will be able to cheer on Maidenhead United free of charge to celebrate the launch of the Advertiser's official sponsorship.
Free entry will be given to all for the Magpies' fixture against Eastbourne Borough at York Road on Saturday, August 30.
The Advertiser has agreed a deal to become the club's sponsors for the next three years, with the paper's logo pride of place on the player's shirts and on two advertising boards in the stadium, with one located in the new stand.
The 500 seater stand was opened by ex-players Brian Pitts and Mick Chatterton, alongside the club's eldest supporters Fred Bannister and Roy Hole, before Maidenhead's opening day clash with Sutton United on Saturday.
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