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Freezing season ticket prices can help Pompey build their fan-base
Sunday, 8th May 2022 21:44 by staff

Pompey say fans' loyalty is one of the prime reasons they have frozen season ticket prices for 2022-23.

The club say they 'recognise the continued excellent – and loyal – support of the Fratton faithful, with the team’s fine home form last term showing how important it was to once again welcome supporters to the ground'.

Prices are the same as the 2019/20 season, which is the last time the club offered season tickets for 23 home league fixtures.

Chief executive Andrew Cullen told the Blues website: 'The club recognise the increases in energy costs and the general cost of living, which will massively impact the personal finances of so many of our fans.

'The club itself will also incur significant extra costs next season, but we are determined to do our best to grow support – especially given the increases in stadium capacity afforded to us by the completion this summer of the works in the North Stand and South Stand.'

The club said that due to the ongoing stadium redevelopment work in the South Stand and North Lower – and the current process for existing season ticket holders and flexi-season ticket holders in these areas to confirm new seats – season tickets will not start going on sale until later this month. However, early bird prices will still apply.

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