Reds reveal a new money-saving scheme

Alfreton Town Football Club has announced two new match day money-saving schemes for young supporters in time for the 2014/15 season.

The Reds are introducing a brand new Under-21s season ticket for fans aged between 16 and 21 years of age which, if purchased before the discount deadline of June 30, means that age group category of supporters can view every Alfreton Conference Premier home game for just £4.34 per game.

And even after the discount deadline, the admission costs per game with an Under-21 season ticket work out at only £5 per game.

Compared with the usual match day admission at the turnstile for under 16s of £12 and even £11 via an Early Bird Match Ticket, the new season ticket represents a massive financial saving for home fans.

The costs of the new Under-21 season tickets are £100 before the discount deadline of June 30 and £115 after the discount deadline.

Usual admission prices will apply at the turnstile on each match day for non-season ticket holders.

All applications for the new season tickets should be made on 01159 392090 extension 107 between 9am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday or 01773 832707 Monday to Friday between 9am and 3pm or by calling in at the ticket office at the Impact Arena between 9am-3pm, Monday to Friday.

Photocopied proof of age will be required and must be submitted when applying for an Under-21 season ticket, eg a photographic ID, passport, driving licence or birth certificate.

Each season ticket will only be issued to the person listed under the name of the proof of age identification.

For the even younger fans aged up to and including 15, admission to each and every Alfreton home league game will be £2 so long as they are accompanied by an adult.

The previous Junior Reds scheme has been replaced by the new one-off admission price.

Alfreton Town will play last season’s League Two champions Chesterfield in a pre-season friendly on Saturday, July 26, at the Impact Arena (3pm).

Meanwhile, midfield player Daniel Bradley has been transferred to Conference Premier division rivals Barnet.

In a two-season stay with the Reds, he made 98 league and cup appearances.