Maidstone United have announced admission and season ticket prices for their first season in the Vanarama National League.
The pay on the day admission fees will be:
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £12.00
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £7.00
Junior (Under 11): £2.00
Stand seat plus £2.00 on the above prices.
Supporters can make savings with a season ticket, which covers the 23 National League games (two more league games than the previous season). Prices will be:
Adults: £315.00 (£13.70 per game)
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £250.00 (£10.87 per game)
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £150.00 (£6.52 per game)
Junior (Under 11): £40.00 (£1.74 per game)
Adults: £355.00 (£15.43 per game)
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £295.00 (£12.83 per game)
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £190.00 (£8.26 per game)
Junior (Under 11): £85.00 (£3.70 per game)
When will season tickets go on sale?
Ground season tickets are now on sale and you can buy one online.
Existing main stand ticket holders will have from Monday 23 May until Friday 24 June to renew their ticket by calling 01622 753817 or in person at the club office (Monday to Friday, 09:30 to 16:00). Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a call back.
After Monday 27 June, any remaining seats will be offered to those on the waiting list. To be added to the waiting list, email email@example.com
Club chief executive Bill Williams said: “In setting the admission prices for next season we were mindful of three things. Firstly, we do not want to go up to the next level and just make up the numbers. We need to invest in the team and have a squad that can compete at non-league’s top tier.
“Secondly, we need to increase the Gallagher Stadium’s capacity by another thousand. This will require investment of up to £750,000 to build a new 2,000 capacity stand at the Springfield end.
“Thirdly, and importantly, we wanted to keep prices to a reasonable level and in line with other clubs in the National League.
“I would encourage our supporters, where possible, to go for a season ticket. It’s guaranteed admission, which costs less than the on-the-day price. With reduced capacity at times during the season and some big names in town, it’s also that peace of mind that you’re not going to miss out.”