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2016/17 Season Ticket And Admission Prices Announced

16th May 2016 by Chris Ammonds - Commercial,Latest News

Hereford FC has today announced Season Ticket and Matchday Admission prices for the 2016/17 season.

Having achieved promotion from the Midland Football League as champions after an exciting 2015/16 campaign, the Bulls now move up to the Evostik Southern League South & West in search of further success.

After much discussion between the club’s Board of Directors and officials, prices for next season have been set as follows:


Terrace (Meadow End and Len Weston Terrace):

Adults – £150

Concessions – £130

Under 16s (Year 11 and below in the 16/17 school year) – £20

Seating (Merton Stand and Len Weston Stand):

Adults – £170

Concessions – £150

Under 16s – £20



Terrace (Meadow End and Len Weston Terrace):

Adults – £8

Concessions – £7

Under 16s – £2 (or £1 for HUST and Junior Bulls members)

Seating (Merton Stand and Len Weston Stand:

Adults – £9

Concessions – £8

Under 16s – £2 (or £1 for HUST and Junior Bulls members)


EXECUTIVE CLUB (including admission to every Hereford FC home game and Directors’ Box seats):

Adults/Concessions – £325

Under 16s (bought only with an adult) – £100

Couple – £600



Adults/Concessions (accompanying a member) – £15


Season ticket sales will commence on Wednesday 1 June, but please note that during the first week (until the close of play on Tuesday 7 June), tickets will ONLY be on sale to supporters who wish to renew the seated Season Ticket they had during the 2015/16 season.

From 10am on Wednesday 8 June, Season Tickets will then go on general sale to all supporters for all areas of Edgar Street. Once tickets go on general sale, we will not be able to guarantee supporters the same seat they have enjoyed in previous years.

Further information will be released about the Season Ticket sales process in the next 14 days (be that online, postal or face-to-face sales), so please do keep your eyes on our official website for all the information you will require.

Speaking about the new pricing structure, Hereford FC’s Commercial Director, George Webb, said:

‘The benefits of being a Season Ticket holder were clearly demonstrated on several occasions during the current season and these will be exactly the same next year.

‘The benefits include being able to guarantee a specific seat for the season and not having to queue for a ticket every matchday, the first opportunity to buy tickets for away games where our allocation is limited (which is again likely at certain games in 2016/17), 10% discount on merchandise purchased from the Club Shop at Edgar Street and 25% off your bill when visiting Yates’ Bar and Restaurant (our Season Ticket sponsor) on Commercial Road in Hereford.

‘We have thought long and hard about Season Ticket prices for the 2016/17 season and feel we have come up with a fair and reasonable structure.

‘Even with the small increase we believe Season Tickets represent excellent value for money – especially when you consider we have been promoted to a higher level in the football pyramid.

‘The major change is charging slightly more for a supporter to sit down, than for someone to watch the game from the terraces.

‘This is obviously something that occurs at the vast majority of football stadiums so we are confident fans will understand why we have taken this decision now we know definitively that our safety certificate does not allow free movement between different parts of the ground.

‘However, even with the price increase to sit down, a family of four can still attend a game at Edgar Street for no more than £20 which we believe represents great value and an important investment in the supporters of tomorrow.’

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