ACCRINGTON Stanley have offered free admission for everyone for their crunch clash with Torquay on Saturday at the Fraser Eagle Stadium.
Reds chairman Eric Whalley has decided to take the unusual step too boost the crowd and hopefully boost the relegation-threatened players.
Stanley have won just three of their last 23 league games and are only out of the relegation zone on goal difference and the crowds have been dwindling.
Torquay, meanwhile, are rock bottom of the League Two table but won last weekend and are bidding to pull off "the Great Escape" as they did last year where a run of wins in the final games guided them to safety.
The chairman said: "It is one of five remaining home games this season and there has been some unrest in recent weeks so it is essential that we all pull together and unite behind the team.
"We hope this gesture will be seen as us making a real effort to draw everyone together for the last couple of months.
"In recent years it has been a real rollercoaster ride with more ups than downs but it is at times like this that we must stand together and be strong.
"It is perhaps the biggest ever game in our history."
Stanley could face the threat of points deduction if they are found guilty of fielding ineligible players at a Football league hearing at the end of March.