How do we get there? We don’t know. How do we get there? We don’t care. All we know is we are on our way.
Season tickets are now on sale from the club, and can be purchased from the club shop on a match day, at tonight’s Annual General Meeting (Friday, June 30) or from vice-chairman Andrew Spenceley, on 07880 032792.
Unfortunately, the club has had to slightly raise season ticket prices this season, for the first time in three years, though has provided further incentives to buy.
An adult season ticket will cost £165, whilst concessions will pay £95 and under 18s just £40.
With this, though, anyone purchasing a season ticket will receive FREE entry into both of the club’s home pre-season friendlies.
As a further bonus, every season ticket comes with FREE entry to all four games in July’s Whitby Town Challenge Cup, in which the Blues will face off against some of Europe’s biggest names in European football in Celtic, Newcastle United and AZ Alkmaar.
Match day admission for the new campaign, however, has been frozen at £10 adults, £6 concessions and £3 under 18s, whilst under 16s will continue to get in completely free with a paying adult.
Last season saw the Seasiders record their best Evo-Stik League in over ten years, finishing sixth, just two points outside the play-off places and winning the North Riding Senior Cup at the Riverside Stadium.
On home soil, it was a fantastic campaign, with the Turnbull Ground crowd treated to 13 wins over the course of 2016/17, with just four defeats.
As usual, purchasing a season ticket is the cheapest way to watch the Blues at home this season, with an adult ticket working out at £7.17 per match, concessions at £4.13 per match and under 18s at £1.74 per match.