Harrogate Town Chairman Bill Fotherby has announced that he has reduced admission prices for the remaining Blue Square Bet North matches to be played at the CNG Stadium this season.
Starting from Saturday’s home game against Gloucester City when Town will be looking to extend their current unbeaten run, admission charges have been lowered to £10 for Adults and just £5 for Concessions. The entry price for Under 15’s at the CNG Stadium is only £2.
Harrogate Town Chief Executive Alan Williams welcomed the price cut:
“The Chairman has reduced admission charges as he is very aware of the financial pressures everyone is feeling in these current times of rising prices. The lower entry prices at the CNG Stadium will also hopefully result in increased attendances. If the price cut successfully results in increased attendances, then the Chairman might be able to look at maintaining entry charges at a lower level next season.”
Alan also revealed the great news that both Club Sponsor CNG and Travel Sponsor Eddie Brown have agreed to extend their fantastic support for another year. In addition, a new kit sponsorship deal is expected to be announced soon.