The day before the most important league game of the current campaign sees Bristol Rovers celebrating a huge increase in the sales of season tickets for the 2016/17 campaign.
The number of season tickets sold for this season, our first back in the Football League after a one year sojourn in what was then known as The Vanarama Conference, was 3,526.
The number sold for next season now stands at 4,085 and the club are delighted at the response from supporters.
Speaking of the sales total today, Chairman Steve Hamer said; “The increase in the number of season tickets sold is nothing short of amazing.
“We all feel that we are embarking on a journey that will see us progress up the leagues and delighted that so many of our supporters have the same vision as us.
“The support given to the Al Qadi family, to the Board of Directors and to Darrell and the players is appreciated by all of us and we are delighted that so many supporters want to join us on our journey.”
A full list of our 2016/17 Season Ticket Prices is available by clicking here.
By purchasing a Season Ticket, you will be entitled to:
• Huge reductions on match day prices
• Priority booking for Cup and Play Off fixtures
• Option to pay over 10 monthly instalments
• Entry to 23 League games
• Priority booking for away game
Chance to win a free Season Ticket
The names of all supporters who purchase a Season Ticket up to, and including, 29nd April will be entered into a FREE draw and the winner will have his/her Season Ticket money reimbursed.
Purchasing your Season Ticket couldn’t be easier
Personal callers are welcome at Pirate Leisure at The Memorial Stadium or at The Supporters Club Shop 199 Two Mile Hill Road Kingswood, BS15 1AZ.
Alternatively Season Tickets can also be purchased over the phone by calling Pirate Leisure on 0117 909 6648 - option 1 (during office hours) or ‘199’ on 0117 961 1772 (during office hours) or online at www.brfctickets.com
Ambulant Disabled, wheelchair users and carers should contact Clare McDonagh directly, either in person or over the phone, on 0117 952 4001.