Notts County are delighted to announce a partnership with charity Tickets for Troops, offering servicemen and women free tickets to watch the world's oldest Football League club.
The initiative, which aims to support the work of serving military personnel by offering free tickets to a wide range of events, will be active from the very first home game of the season.
Set up in 2009, Tickets for Troops rewards servicemen and women who spend months away from their families and need to be available to serve at short notice, recognising their commitment, drive and dedication.
This is the first of a wide variety of initiatives set to be introduced by the club to ensure as many people and families as possible are given the opportunity to attend Notts fixtures this season.
Notts' marketing and fan engagement executive, Sarah Gooding, said: "We are proud to be able to offer troops and their families the opportunity to enjoy some exciting sporting action in Nottingham during their much-deserved time off from duty.
"Our partnership with Tickets for Troops is the first in a range of initiatives we plan to introduce to make Notts one of the most accessible and family-friendly sporting teams in the country."
A Tickets for Troops spokesperson said: "We are delighted to be able to add the world's oldest Football League club to the long list of clubs supporting Tickets for Troops this season."
Click here to learn more about Tickets for Troops.