Clapton Community’s Middlesex County Football League Premier match against Stonewall this weekend has been selected as one of five to go and watch by Kick It Out, and is the only game selected in London.

Stonewall is Britain’s top ranking LGBT+ football team and the two sides face each other in a crunch game at the Wadham Lodge Stadium at 2.30pm as part on Non-League Day.

Designed to celebrate grassroots football, Non-League Day takes place during the international break when there are no Premier League or Championship matches taking place.

As well, Clapton’s women’s team also have a home league game the next day against Comets FC.

Both sides will sport special Kick It Out shirts during their games in support of the body that aims to tackle discrimination in football.

At Saturday’s game, young supporters will be able to design their own Clapton CFC shirts with Akwaaba, a Hackney-based social centre for migrants, with the necessary materials supplied by the club free of charge.

In addition, the club will be holding a charity collection in support of their charity partner The Magpie Project, who help young mothers and their children living in temporary and emergency accommodation.

Spare items that can be brought to the club include toothpaste, toothbrushes, shower gel, shampoo, soap, deodorant, bags of rice, bags of pasts, breakfast cereals and washing powder.

Clapton currently sit 15th out of 17 in the table, although they have played three games less than most sides, and four less than some others in the table.

Their sole win so far has come against 14th-placed Sporting Hackney.