Potters Bar Town are giving fans the opportunity to see their unbeaten side take on Kingstonian on non-league day for absolutely nothing.

The Scholars made it eight games without defeat when recording a 2-0 win away to Concord Rangers on Tuesday night.

And with most of the top three divisions in England out of action this weekend  due to the international break, the Scholars are offering free entry to the Lantern Stadium on Saturday for the 3pm kick-off against the K's.

Director Adam Waller said: "Join us at Potters Bar Town Football Club for a day of community celebration on non-league day!

"As proud members of the Potters Bar community, we invite you to experience the excitement of grassroots football while enjoying a range of family-friendly activities.

"Come support your football team and be a part of the vibrant atmosphere that makes Potters Bar Town FC more than just a football club - it's a hub for community spirit and passion.

"Don't miss out on this special day where we celebrate the heart of football and the power of community.

"See you there."

The 2-0 win in Essex came courtesy of a Brandon Adams double and was a fifth win in those eight games without a loss.

It leaves them in 14th but due to the wet winter weather leaving a backlog of fixtures, they still have 11 games to play and have a t least one game in hand on every side above them, two, three or even more on some.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: Former Welwyn Garden City forward Jordan Watson has returned to Potters Bar. Picture: KARYN HADDONFormer Welwyn Garden City forward Jordan Watson has returned to Potters Bar. Picture: KARYN HADDON (Image: Karyn Haddon)

There will be one new face as well in the Bar squad on Saturday, although he will be familiar to many.

Jordan Watson played for the Scholars between 2009 and 2011, making 58 appearances and scoring 13 goals.

He arrives from Walthamstow but prior to that he was part of Nick Ironton's very successful Welwyn Garden City side.