The southern Scotland football team, Queen of the South, have announced that they will be freezing 2017-2018 season ticket prices.
The club has also announced its planning for the new season has begun, with defender Callum Fordyce and goal-keeper Alan Martin being added to the squad.
The ticket prices will remain as follows:
- An adult season ticket will remain at £256 (approximately £14 per game, a saving of £32 per season)
- Concession season tickets will be available for £144 (saving £1 per match)
- Junior Blue ticket for young supporters up to the age of 16 remains at £18 (£1 per game, a saving of £72 per year on those paying at the gate)
- £90 season ticket for 16-21 year olds will also, again be available
A range of accessible tickets will also be offered with adult season books for £100. Concessions can purchase a season ticket for £56. It will be £35 for students and 16-21 year olds.
The decision to freeze tickets was made with the aim of encouraging as many people as possible to watch games and assisting the club to plan its funding efforts.
The club will host a variety of initiatives, events and opportunities, allowing fans and players to interact often.
Season tickets will be available from Monday 19th June