More than 750 season tickets have been sold for the Stones first season in Vanarama National League South.
In three and a half weeks, 25% of the Gallagher Stadium’s eventual capacity has been bought in advance – a figure that would surpass the average attendance of all but two of last season’s Conference South clubs.
Club chief executive Bill Williams said: “What a fantastic milestone to reach and there’s still another two months before the league starts. Thank you to everyone who’s purchased a season ticket – it certainly backs the directors’ decision of investing more than £600,000 to improve the capacity and facilities this summer.”
Existing main stand season ticket holders have until next Monday (1 June) to renew their seat.
Any unsold by that time will go on general sale the following day but with more than 85% already sold, numbers will be limited. However, on non-segregated games, there will be 100 seats available to buy online or on the day.
Ground season tickets can be bought online:
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £170
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £100
Junior (Under 11): £20
Season tickets holders are guaranteed admission for all home Vanarama National League South matches and get priority booking for any ticketed cup games.