BRAKES chairman Jim Scott says the new season ahead can be even better than their best-ever campaign at Step Two in 2020/21 – ahead of the imminent return of spectators.
Leamington will be buoyed by the sight of fans packing out the Your Co-op Community Stadium once more, a sight that was sadly lacking last term given global circumstances, as Paul Holleran’s men aim to build on a highly encouraging ninth-placed finish in National League North.
And in a move to accommodate more spectators, the club have decided to freeze season tickets prices for a third year in succession – aside from the previous season – to make for a packed-out return to action.
With prices ranging from £199 for adults, £118 for concessions and over 60’s, £85 for students and £45 for under-18’s as part of the club’s early bird offer, which is available up until June 30, there represents plenty of value in what many will hope to be the first full season to be completed at this level since the 2018/19 campaign.
“We recognise that these are challenging times for many people, hence the decision to freeze prices,” said Scott.
“We are far more confident that spectators will be allowed to attend games from the outset of the coming season and thus are comfortable to sell season tickets, having already seen quite a few enquiries by fans who are clearly anxious to get back to watching their beloved Brakes.
“We too cannot wait for you to come back through the gate, as I have to confess it was a pretty soulless experience watching the team behind closed doors last season.”
To download an application form to purchase a season ticket, and to read full details on making payment, head to www.leamingtonfc.co.uk