King’s Lynn Town announce ticket prices as place in National North is confirmed

PUBLISHED: 18:34 18 May 2019 | UPDATED: 15:17 19 May 2019

King's Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve Picture: Mark Hewlett

King's Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve Picture: Mark Hewlett


King’s Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve says he has tried to keep admission prices to a minimum as the Linnets prepare for their return to the National League set-up.

Promotion - secured with victory in the super final at Warrington last Saturday - means expenditure will undoubtedly increase as manager Ian Culverhouse builds a competitive side.

General admission for adults has gone up £2 to £15, with seating £17.

"We have attempted to keep increases to a minimum and have done our best to balance this across our pricing structure whilst budgeting for a higher level of football, which will bring increased operating costs to the club next season," said Cleeve after the 2019-20 prices were released on Saturday.

"After much thought, we have introduced a small charge to under-16s for the new season. I would encourage youngsters to purchase a £20 season ticket, which represents great value, as half of the games will be free to what our are future generation of supporters.

"Also a purchase of an adult season ticket produces a great saving spread over the season.

"We have what looks a very exciting season of football ahead of us and I look forward to your continued valuable support.


Adults: £15 (terrace), £17 (seat).

Concessions: 65+ £13 (terrace) £15 (seat).

Students and 16- and 17-year-olds: £9 terrace, £11 seat.

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Under-16s: £2 (terrace or seat).

Season tickets (to cover either terrace or seating)

Adults: £290.

Concession 65+: £250.

Students and 16-, 17-year-olds: £165.

Under-16s: £20 (to include birthday card signed by favourite player).

Executive VIP season ticket: £775 - prices frozen from previous season.

King's Lynn Town will - as expected - play National League North football next season.

The Linnets were promoted last Saturday after a 'super' final victory at Warrington to join Southern Premier Central champions Kettering Town in going up.

The North division always seemed the most likely and it was confirmed yesterday. It means Lynn will again face a big derby clash against Boston United, as well as matches against some 'fallen' Football League giants, like Chester, Darlington and York City.

The other clubs in the 22-team division are: AFC Telford United, Alfreton, Altrincham, Blyth Spartans, Brackley, Bradford (Park Avenue), Curzon Ashton, Farsley Celtic, Gloucester City, Guiseley, Hereford, Kidderminster, Leamington, Oxford City, Southport and Spennymoor Town.

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