The game has been moved from Boxing Day to a mid-day kick-off the following day and ladies will be able to get into the game for just £3, with £2 of that going to the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity.
For every man who enters the ground wearing pink clothing, Rebels will also donate £1 to the charity.
Rebels director Ian Hart said: “Part of the day is our gift to the ladies of Worthing because we are going to let them have their husbands, sons and son-in-laws around for Boxing Day.
“I know how games on Boxing Day can be a bit of a domestic issue.
“It is a break from tradition but George Dowell and the new board embrace change and are trying different things.
“The team are playing well and crowds are creeping up, so we’ll wait and see what crowd we get.”
Brighton & Hove Albion season ticket holders will be able to get into the game for £5.
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