Spennymoor Town will be offering fans the chance to attend three of April’s home fixtures at a discounted price as part of the ‘For the Fans’ scheme.
Normal ticket prices will be reduced, and kids will be granted free entry for the visits of Boston United, North Ferriby and AFC Telford United.
Adults will pay £10 for entry, while Concession prices will be lowered to £5.
Bradley Groves, Chief Executive at the club, believes the scheme is a way of helping fans and families save money in such a busy period: “Having seven home games in the space of 19 days is a unique situation and one which is unlikely to happen again. The amount of games at The Brewery Field in such a short space of time means fans will no doubt be unable to pay full price for every match, so it’s important we do something to help them.
“At a time when ticket prices are at their highest in the Premier League and the cost of football is a big issue in general, we as a club feel it’s necessary to reduce costs in any way we can.
“One look at the fixture list from this season shows we have played eight games at home since the start of the year, so expecting non-season ticket holders to pay full price in quick succession is unrealistic.”