St Albans confirm ticket price increase
St Albans City FC Interim Chairman Nick Archer and owners Lawrence Levy and John McGowan have announced the new admission prices for the rest of the season.
Tickets for the next game on Tuesday, December 4 when the Saints play in the Herts Senior Cup against a development team from Watford FC, will be �10 for adults (one child free per adult), �5 for concessions, �2 for U12s and �15 for a family ticket.
The prices for the next Evo-Stik League game against Leamington on Saturday December 8 will be �12 and �6, while the price of the family ticket has been set at �18.
The club has a few season tickets remaining which they are offering on a first-come-first-served basis at �110 (�50 for concessions).
Interim Chairman Nick Archer said: “We are aware that some of the supporters are unhappy at the increase so we will stop charging an additional cost to upgrade to the seated area from the Leamington game onwards.
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“The club has had to absorb a number of steep cost increases over the last 18 months, including VAT and energy bills, but we did not increase prices at the beginning of the season. We regret having to increase ticket prices now but were forced into it by circumstances.
“On a positive note we have launched a new collection of branded products in the shop, some ideal for Christmas gifts, and plan to extend the number of items available in the future.”
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A statement on the new team management structure is expected in the near future.