Crawley manager Steve Evans wants the club to provide free transport for supporters to travel to Saturday's match at Tamworth.
The Red Devils could secure the Blue Square Bet Premier title if they beat the Lambs, and Evans wants as many fans as possible to back the team.
Evans said: "We took 11,000 to Old Trafford and it would be great if we could take 2,000 to Tamworth.
"I will be asking the club as manager to do this for my team."
Crawley drew at York on Tuesday, with striker Sergio Torres scoring the equaliser that secured a point and put the Reds within touching distance of winning the title.
"It's not my decision, and the directors will probably shout at me, but the fans deserve it," said Evans.
"Tamworth away is always difficult and I want to take a fantastic support up there. We know if we get three points we'll be champions.
"If we don't win it we'll try again against Luton the following Tuesday."