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Dover Athletic freeze their National League ticket prices ahead of next season

Dover Athletic have chosen to freeze prices next season in the hope that it leads to an increase in attendances.

Despite just enjoying their best ever Vanarama National League finish – fifth – Whites won’t increase the cost of season tickets, or matchday prices next term in spite of an expected rise in costs.

A club statement said: “The board have decided to freeze all ticket prices for next season, anticipating that after last season more supporters than ever will be enticed to Crabble to cheer the side on as we look to mount a promotion push.”

Dover chairman Jim Parmenter Picture: Matt Bristow
Dover chairman Jim Parmenter Picture: Matt Bristow

It is the second year in succession the club have frozen ticket prices, while 2016-17 will also see Crabble unveiling a new family stand, currently under construction.

Early Bird discounts of up to £45 are available before June 20 with prices then reverting to £315 for adults, £255 for over-60s and £110 for under-18s.

Season tickets also include entry to pre-season friendlies and priority bookings for home and away cup games. All season tickets include entry to the seated stands as standard.

Prices on the turnstile have also been frozen at £15 for adults, £12 for over-60s, £6 for under-18s and under-11s going free when accompanied by an adult.

For more information visit www.doverathletic.com or call 01304 822373.

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