King’s Lynn Town FC ticket prices frozen for next season

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Stephen Cleeve, the new chairman of King’s Lynn Town FC, has today confirmed that the prices of all non corporate tickets for next season will be frozen, as will the Reserves and under-18s tickets.

In addition the U16 concession will be extended to U18.

Cleeve commented: “With so many youngsters remaining now in education until 18 it is rare for the under 18s to go into full time paid employment.

“We need to ensure that they can afford to come and support the Linnets so we will extend the concession to everyone under the age of 18 allowing entry for just £4; and of course the under 11s will still gain free entry to the Walks.”

There will also be a live fans’ forum at the football club in the Linnets bar on Tuesday, June 7 at 7.30pm.

In attendance will be the chairman, first team manager Gary Setchell and Reserve manager Robbie Back.

Fans will get a chance to meet the new owner of the club.

Fans’ favourite Jacek Zielonka has become the latest player to put pen to paper for the up and coming season.