Clitheroe FC will raise its general admission prices for the 2022-23 season for the first time in six years. Adult admission will be £9, concessions £6, 14-17s £4, under 14s £2 (free if accompanied by an adult). However, season tickets have been maintained at last year’s standard price of £80 adults and £50 concessions, although many benefited last season from a reduced price to reflect the previous season being truncated by Covid.
Last season the club sold 400 season tickets and is hoping to top 500 this season as the club aims for promotion to the NPL Premier division. Season tickets allow supporters a vote at the club’s AGM, give priority ticket access for major games and free access to all home pre season games. Season tickets are now on sale in Banana News and can also be bought at any pre season game or club open day.
Vice chairman, Andrew Jackson, said:
“Given the current economic headwinds, the Board had no choice but to increase our admission prices for the first time in six years. However, we wanted to reward our fantastic supporters for their loyalty by pegging season ticket prices at the standard price we set last year. Our fan base has almost trebled over the past four years and the atmosphere at our games is now second to none. For our regular supporters, the season tickets represent an amazing deal, which is unlikely to be matched anywhere else at our level in the country”