Haringey Chairman Aki Achillea stated: "We have decided to make no charge for entry against Aylesbury United as we wish to get our largest League crowd in what is our biggest game of the season so far.
"We have promoted free entry in the local schools and hope that parents and children alike will avail themselves of the opportunity to attend, support their local non-League side, get right behind the team and create an atmosphere like no other.
"A glance at the league table will show how important a victory will be and hopefully spur the team on for their next game which is a visit to table-toppers Dunstable Town.
"I cannot over emphasise how big a game this is. If we lose our chances of securing top spot this season will be as good as over so come on down to Coles Park, see what our club has to offer and support the boys."
Haringey have recently refurbished their clubhouse facilities, which were formally opened last week by the Mayor of Haringey, David Browne, as well as Ward Councillors and officials of the Spartan South Midlands League, Essex Senior League and London FA.