Town freeze ticket prices

Fleetwood Town chief executive Steve Curwood
Fleetwood Town chief executive Steve Curwood

FLEETWOOD Town have frozen prices on season tickets and match tickets bought in advance of matchday for 2012-13.

Despite promotion to the Football League, the Highbury club have also cut season ticket prices for under-16s and will continue to offer free admission to under-12s accompanied by an adult.

There will be an increase in the price of admission for those buying on match day (£15-17, with concessions).

Season tickets go on sale a week tomorrow.

Chief executive Steve Curwood said: “We looked long and hard at our pricing structure and at other League Two clubs around the North-West, and the overriding factor was that we have grown ur support over a short period and we want to keep that momentum going, and to bring the supporters back in even greater numbers next season.

“We have reduced prices across the board and reduced Under-16 prices, which we thought may be a bit overpriced. We will charge a little extra for those who buy on day.

“Under-12s will still be free for the Memorial Stand, and we have a few other exciting developments for junior supporters. We are trying to create a family block in the Highbury Stand.”