Creeksiders release new 2024-25 season ticket costs

By Connor Steel

FAREHAM TOWN have officially announced their season ticket prices for the upcoming 2024-25 campaign as they aim for a sucessful Wessex Premier League journey; which will see them start a ‘new tenure of first team’ management and look to much positive futures for everyone within Cams Alders following a turbulent 2023-24 year both on / off the pitch.

The club released the information in a short statement via their website and social medias; which outlined two separate prices for supporters including an early bird offer running to July 31 (Wednesday). Until the date an adult ticket will cost £65 and the concessions tickets are priced at just £45 whilst they will then be increasing to £75 and £55 from August 1.

Elderly and disabled supporters are included in the concession group alongside young children; the Creeksiders opting to stick with their traditional groupings to avoid confusion. There will also be an option to purchase the premium season ticket costing £80 (adult) and £60 (concession); which will allow fans to ten percent off their bar, kitchen and club shop.

Season tickets are priced to include the nineteen home league games throughout this season with teams such as AFC Stoneham, Brockenhurst and ‘rivals’ AFC Portchester set to visit Cams Alders. Competitions such as the FA Cup or FA Vase and local / regional cups will not be included in the prices; therefore an individual matchday ticket will be required.

It marks a fresh start for the side after the departure of Graham Rix at the end of April due to issues behind the scenes; the ex-Arsenal player being replaced by Simon Woods soon afterwards. The club are further hopeful that the pitch has been improved following multiple postponements throughout this year; which caused them a multitude of big problems.

These pitch issues were particularly frustrating as it led to a congested fixture list with nineteen games played over six weeks; which included many matches being switched to other stadiums such as Gang Warily. This caused frustrations and lost revenue for Fareham as most home matches were played in midweek with smaller crowds than on Saturdays.

A fixture list for 2024-25 is due to be announced by the Wessex League in due course and will be shared online by the Creeksiders; who have asked fans to check their website for all updates. This includes signings, pre-season and news.

PICTURED BY FAREHAM TOWN MEDIA: Fans watch in background as a shot is made on target during Fareham win.