Spennymoor Town FC is announcing a radically-reduced season ticket price for the 2019/20 season in the Vanarama National League North.
Prices have been reduced across the board by an average of 33 per cent below last season’s standard price, demonstrating the club’s commitment to affordable football for all.
Standard single-entry prices have also been reduced by an average of 17 per cent across age groups, with a supplementary cost on the season’s seven most mouth-watering “Category A” fixtures.
Adult season tickets now cost £150, Concessions (over 60s) cost £110 and Under 18s cost £30, with Under 10s remaining free with a paying adult.
Additionally, two new family tickets offer further discounts. Two adults and one U18 will get a ticket for £300 – meaning the U18 ticket is free. Meanwhile two adults and two children will cost £320, which includes one U18 ticket for free and a 33 per cent discount on the second.
Chief Executive of Spennymoor Town, Brad Groves wants to attract as many fans as possible to roar on the team next season.
He said: “We have always been mindful of offering our supporters value and I think they’d agree that we do. We have some of the finest facilities, hospitality and catering offers in non-league football, including our own match day pub, The Moors Tavern. Of course, we’ve also displayed some phenomenal football on the pitch too.
“We’ve made another significant investment in the ground with major refurbishments now taking place ready for August. We’ll be releasing more information on this soon, but it will all add something to match days at The Brewery Field.
“The 2019/20 season is going to be massive for us. This is the season that must show how far this club can go and this pricing structure is designed to both reward existing season ticket holders for their loyalty and also attract new ones.”
Tony Wilson, Managing Director of Spennymoor Town, said: “As well as the lower price, we’re also increasing the value on offer. We’ll be having more pre-match entertainment than ever, more community links, more catering options and a wider range of hospitality opportunities, which will be available for all price ranges. All of this will take place within an improved stadium full of new features.
“We’re putting every effort into making Spennymoor Town the best value-for-money football club in the North East of England. We’re now one of the cheapest clubs in our division to watch and cheaper than many teams further down in the pyramid. For example, the average price across the Northern League is now £7 per game. Our season ticket holders’ price per game is just pennies more than this.
“But we need a response from supporters. We need to sell more season tickets and we need to increase our average attendance. Essentially, this year will determine what sort of fan base Spennymoor Town can really have and just how far this club can go.”
Season tickets can be bought online by visiting www.spennymoortownfc.co.uk or in person by visiting The Moors Tavern.