As Boston United’s season tickets go on sale today, manager Dennis Greene is telling fans he reckons that would be money well spent.
The Pilgrims may have just missed out on a Skrill North play-off spot on the final day of the season, but the club offered value for money at the Jakemans Stadium last campaign.
United delivered 15 wins from their 21 home league matches in the 2013-14 campaign, losing just twice along the way.
They also gave the support plenty to cheer about as they scored 54 goals.
“We were excellent at home in 2013-2014 and our aim is to continue that brand of entertaining and winning football at The Jakemans Stadium next season,” said Greene.
“We need as much support as possible and it would be a great start to increase the number of season tickets sold last season.”
The club have once again frozen season ticket and matchday admission prices for the upcoming 2014-2015 season.
Season ticket sales begin at 10am today.
The early bird period of prices, offering significant savings on full price season tickets, will be in operation until Saturday May 31.
Adult admission on the terracing will cost a supporter £8.81 per match with a season ticket, compared to £12 on the turnstiles.
A host of family tickets are also available, plus the popular Mini Pilgrims (under 10s) season ticket for a bargain £25.
To purchase a season ticket or to obtain further details, call (01205) 364406.