With six weeks to go until the first National League fixture at Huish Park, Yeovil Town have announced the prices for season tickets to the 2021/22 National League season.

The club have confirmed there will be a price freeze from the 2019-20 season on all children’s tickets, but there is a 10% increase on adult tickets “due to the lack of revenues last season.”

In a statement on the club’s website, Chairman Scott Priestnall said he was “thrilled” to have supporters back from the first fixture against King’s Lynn Town on August 28.

He added: “We’re in the process of putting together a squad which I truly believe will be extremely competitive in this division.
“With your support, we will be able to turn Huish Park into a fortress once again and have a successful season.”

The chairman also confirmed that Hummel was now the club’s “official technical partner” – which we think may be another word for kit supplier.

He added: “We’ll be announcing our kits in the near future so keep an eye out for them, they’re not to be missed.”

For full details on the season ticket offer and to buy one, visit the club’s website – here.


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