Brechin City Football Club

Glebe Park, Brechin, Angus DD9 6BJ

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News - 15 June 2022

Season Ticket Sales - By Steven Mew

As we move towards the new season the Club are now in a position to issue information relating to the sale of season tickets and admission prices for supporters.

The club are pleased to confirm that season ticket prices have been frozen for the upcoming 2022/23 season.

Season Ticket Prices:

Adult: £150
Concessions: £100 (defined as 16 & 17 year olds, Over 65's, Students & Unemployed)
Under 16's: Free on application - application form can be accessed HERE

Season tickets are valid for all home friendlies and Highland League fixtures.

Admission Prices have also been frozen for this season:

Adult: £10
Concessions: £7 (defined as Under 18's, Over 65's, Students & Unemployed)

Season tickets can be purchased via Bacs payment: Sort Code 801266 / Account No 00121832. Name to be added for payment reference.

They can also be purchased in person by cash or card on the dates detailed below where pre-paid tickets will also be available for collection.

As in previous seasons the club will continue to provide free season tickets for Under 16's subject to the completion of application form by a parent or guardian - APPLICATION FORM

Season tickets will be on sale at Glebe Park at the below times:

• Tuesday 14th & Thursday 16th June - 7pm-9pm
• Saturday 18th June - 11am-1pm (open training session)
• Tuesday 21st & Thursday 23rd June - 7pm-9pm

As an extra treat for supporters, Manager Andy Kirk and some players will be in attendance on the opening night of season ticket sales on Tuesday 14th June, whilst Club Advisor Craig Levein will also attend on Thursday 16th June.

In addition- for every season ticket purchased in June, the holder will be entered into a prize draw each month for 2 people to travel on the team bus to an away fixture. Meanwhile, all U16 season tickets collected in June will also be entered into a prize draw each month for a signed match ball.

Any queries should be directed to