Matlock Town fans can order their season tickets for the 2015/16 Evo-Stik NPL Premier Division campaign and save themselves some money.

The Gladiators announced their ticket prices which offer fans a deal of 160 pounds for a season ticket, provided it is ordered before 30 June. A concessionary price of 105 pounds for senior citizens has also been announced if the ticket is ordered within the next month. After that the prices are 170 pounds and 110 pounds respectively.

Buying a season ticket to cover all 23 of Town’s home league games represents a significant saving with match day admission prices going up slightly to ten pounds for adults and six pounds fifty pence for concessions.

“We think these rates offer excellent value” said Gladiators Chairman Tom Wright.

“Our prices have remained the same for four years now and they now come into line with a good many NPL premier Division clubs. Those who commit to purchasing a season ticket can be well rewarded by effectively having six of the games for free. We thank all our supporters for the tremendous backing they’ve given us in recent years and I’m sure they’ll appreciate we’re trying to give manager Mark Hume all the help we can in terms of budget for his squad for next season.”

Wright also emphasized the need to encourage younger supporters in becoming regular Matlock followers.

“The younger fans represent the future of our club so this season we’re offering students who have a valid students card admission at 5 pounds while youngsters between the ages of ten and eighteen will be charged just 3 pounds. Those under ten will get free admission so we hope to see plenty of youngsters down at the ground cheering the team on next season at a price they can afford”.

The new season’s fixtures are expected to be known on July 17 following the release of the Premiership, Football League and Conference games.

Meanwhile the closing date for applications for Head Coach at Matlock Town Academy is this Sunday May 31.

The Academy side will consist of 16 to 18 year olds who on the Academy Programme will combine education with playing football. Games in the NPL FA League will usually take place on Wednesday afternoons or evenings and the youngsters will represent Town in the FA Youth Cup.

Further information is available on the Matlock Town website with applications needing to be sent to Matlock’s Chief Executive, Keith Brown, Matlock Town FC, Causeway Lane, Matlock DE4 3AR or e mail

Ian Richardson

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