Tickets for Yeovil Town’s remaining four home matches of the National League season will be priced at no more than £10, the club has confirmed.

Following a success ‘Pack the Park’ campaign draw a crowd of nearly 3,000 to Huish Park for the 1-0 win over Eastleigh in the last outing, the club has confirmed it will continue the offer for fixtures against Bromley, Southend United, Dorking Wanderers and Oldham Athletic.

Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £5 for concessions (OAP, 17-21 year olds, Armed Forces and students) with anyone aged 16 years and under paying just £1.

The club is also offering season ticket holders the opportunity to bring a friend for free for the remaining fixtures. To claim the deal, season ticket holders will need to login to their online account through the club’s ticket portal – click here.

Anyone who has already purchased a ticket for any of the remaining four fixtures will have the difference in ticket price refunded to their account in the coming days. If you don’t see the money land in your account, contact

The 3,907 who came to the Boxing Day match at home to Torquay United represents the biggest crowd of the season so far at Huish Park – could this weekend’s visit from Bromley top that?

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1 year ago

All well and good, but what about season ticket holders.