Hartlepool United confirm season ticket prices and details for 2021-22 season in the National League OR League Two including incentives and discounts for holders

Hartlepool United have announced season ticket details for the upcoming 2021-22 season.

Tuesday, 20th April 2021, 5:58 pm
Updated Tuesday, 20th April 2021, 6:10 pm

Early bird season tickets will go on sale from 10am on Thursday April 22 and will run until Friday, May 14 when sales will be put on hold before regular prices come into place once the season has concluded.

Pools are currently competing for promotion back to the Football League and sit top of the National League table with six games remaining.

Throughout the 2020-21 season, fans have been unable to attend matches at Victoria Park so far despite the club selling around 1,500 season tickets.

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The club have now confirmed prices and details regarding season tickets for next season, including discounts for current season ticket holders.

Season ticket prices will vary based on a number of additional factors including whether the club are competing in League Two or the National League next season.

The prices are as follows...

Early bird season ticket prices – April 22 to May 14

Hartlepool United season ticket offer.
Hartlepool United season ticket offer.

Adult: £325 (£275 for 2020-21 season ticket holders)

Concession: £250 (£225 for 2020-21 season ticket holders)

Under-16s: £95

Under-12s: £50

Victoria Park , Hartlepool (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Under-5s: Free

Carers: Free

Regular season ticket prices – after end of 2020-21 season

National League adult: £345 (£295 for 2020-21 season ticket holders

League Two adult: £365 (£315 for 2020-21 season ticket holders)

National League concession: £265 (£240 for 2020-21 season ticket holders)

League Two concession: £285 (£260 for 2020-21 season ticket holders)

Under-16s: £95

Under-12s: £50

Under-5s: Free

Carers: Free

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A Hartlepool club statement read: "Significant thought and consultation with fan groups has gone into offering this season’s season ticket holders a range benefits for next season, flexibility for fans with regards to payment options and a thorough benchmarking exercise against pricing structures of other clubs in National League and EFL League Two.”

Chairman Raj Singh added: “I’ve spoken on a number of occasions this season about how appreciative I have been for the support of our fans – in particular those season ticket holders from this season who have been a massive help to us, it can’t be said enough.

"Their backing has helped us to support the first team budget and assist Dave as much as we can – and the results of that can be seen through the team’s performances. We are very excited about the end of this season and next season, particularly with the return of our loyal fans.”

Existing season ticket holders will also have the option to redeem one of their complimentary tickets for any potential home play-off game at the end of the season and in any scheduled pre-season friendly at Victoria Park.

Following the season ticket announcement, manager Dave Challinor commented: “I’ve experienced Victoria Park on a Saturday at 3pm with all that anticipation and support, and I know the place would have been bouncing this season.

"It’s very unfortunate we haven’t been able to have fans in as yet – but speaking on behalf of the team and coaching staff, we can feel the backing of the town and can’t wait until we can play in front of our supporters.

"Season ticket holders are a special part of football clubs – they are the ones that back you week in, week out.”

Further details on season tickets will be available via the Hartlepool United official website – www.hartlepoolunited.co.uk/.

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