Hartlepool United season ticket prices set at £150

John Hughes
John Hughes

Hartlepool United chiefs have announced the season ticket prices for next season.

The club heirachy say they are determined to make access to Victoria Park affordable for all to ensure “as many people as possible can get behind our assault on League Two”.

The season tickets are described as the best value in the entire Football League with adults paying £150 – which breaks down to just £6.52 per game.

There are also deals in place for students, senior citizens, under 19s and under 13s as the club reaches out to supporters to once again get behind the team.

Chief executive Russ Green said: “We realise that the past season has been extremely disappointing.

“In football, as well as life, it is not about the knockbacks, it’s about the manner in which you react to them and if we can do this together, we’ll be stronger for the fight ahead.

“We know that you have been tremendously loyal over the years; this club is based on heritage, passion and fierce pride but we also realise the financial restrictions have a massive impact on today’s football fan.

“If we get your support, we can rebuild and come back stronger. Let’s stick together and be united in our mission.”

The club has also lined up a finance deal for Pools fans with Zebra Finance to spread out payements.

Season Tickets will be on sale from 10am on Tuesday, May 7, and remain available at the discounted price until Friday, July 26.

Season Ticket Prices 2013/14:

Adults - £150

Students - £125

Seniors - £125

Under 19s - £75

Under 13s - £50