Spalding United manager Chris Rawlinson has called for extra support in their play-off push.
An average attendance of 164 for home games puts the Tulips mid-table in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division South’s list of crowd figures.
But they are in third spot and chasing promotion on the pitch.
Rawlinson said: “Having more supporters at home can help to get us over the line.
“After Saturday, we’ve got four successive away games and then three of the last four fixtures are back here.”
Meanwhile, Rawlinson and the squad will show their support for 10-year-old mascot Peter Bailey’s Great Bake Sale at the Sir Halley Stewart Field on Saturday which will raise funds for the National Autistic Society ahead of World Autism Awareness Week from March 27 to April 2.
This amazing young man’s support has lifted the lads all season so we will also be bringing in money to help a great cause.Chris Rawlinson
Rawlinson added: “This amazing young man’s support has lifted the lads all season so we will also be bringing in money to help a great cause.”