Corby Town will throw open the doors of Steel Park for the final game of the Calor League Premier Division season against Bedford Town on Saturday.
The Steelmen are offering free admission for both sets of supporters after what has proved to be a tough campaign for the two clubs.
Bedford, now managed by former Wellingborough Town boss Craig Adams, have already been relegated.
And the Steelmen are currently waiting to see what the future holds for them with Kevin Ingram having agreed a deal to sell the majority shareholding of the club to a consortium of local businessmen.
Fans will be invited to make a donation to the Corby Town Fans Fighting Fund, which was set up by Steelmen supporters recently following their club’s recent financial problems.
A statement from Corby said: “Saturday’s Calor League Premier Division match at Steel Park against Bedford Town will be free entry to both home and away supporters.
“The Steelmen host the already relegated Eagles in the final fixture of the 2013/14 campaign and as a reward to both sets of fans following a tough season they will be granted free entry at the turnstiles.
“Supporters are invited to donate on entry however, with volunteers raising money for the Corby Town Fans Fighting Fund.”