AFC Fylde have launched a price freeze on match day admission for next season – whatever division we are playing in!
The £10 admission which is currently among the cheapest in Conference North, will be kept at Kellamergh Park even if we gain promotion, providing you buy your ticket in advance via our new on-line booking system.
Supporters will be able to buy their ticket on-line and then collect their ticket at the ground on match day or from our club shop in Kirkham.
Paying on the day, the match admission will rise to £12 for adults and £9 for concessions, but we have also introduced a new student ticket and Under 16s will still be free!
To get even better value, why not sign up for a season ticket?
Throughout the month of May, season tickets will be at a reduced “Early Bird” rate offering an extra two matches for free!
An adult season ticket is £199 with concessionary rate of £150 and the student season ticket aimed at 16 to 18 year olds is just £75. Under 16s are urged to sign up for their free season ticket card.
We are also introducing a car parking supplement of £30 for the entire season which guarantees you a reserved bay at Kellamergh Park on matchdays.
Reservations for season tickets will be taken from May 1st by calling into the club shop or you will also be able to purchase them on line via our official club website.
Commercial Manager Dave Riche said: “We have seen our attendances rise this season by 65% but we want them to keep growing.
“We believe in offering people great value for money in a family atmosphere in what will be our final season at Kellamergh Park before our move to Mill Farm.
“The club is growing year on year and we want to attract as many supporters as possible.
“We feel our season ticket and individual match prices are highly competitive and we look forward to the coming season.
“We all want promotion this weekend or via the play-offs and we will also offer something appealing to away supporters next season.”
Look out for the season ticket brochure which will be available on Saturday at the final league game against Gloucester City or you can also download it from our club website.