Matchday info

Ticket Prices for 2017/18:13567270_1114022898643726_8119252864368414194_n

Adults £10.00 | Concession £6.00 | Children U18 £3.00 | Children U16 (with paying adult) FREE

Season tickets:

Adults £165 | Concessions £95 | Under 18s £40

Ticket Prices for Pre-Season Friendlies 2017/18:

 Adults £6.00 | Concession £3.00 | Children U18 £2.00 | Children U16 (with paying adult) FREE

Ticket Prices for Whitby Town Challenge Cup (Featuring Whitby Town, AZ Alkmaar, Celtic and Newcastle United!):

 Adults £10.00 | Concession £6.00 | Children U18 £3.00 | BUY NOW!

Matchday parking:

Parking spaces are severely limited at the Turnbull Ground and supporters are encouraged to park at Whitby Leisure Centre, just off Crescent Avenue, postcode: YO21 3HT. Street parking is available in the surrounding streets, though this too is limited  Whitby Town Football Club cannot take any responsibility, however, for cars, and owners park at their own risk.

When to arrive:canteen

We advise supporters attending matches at the Turnbull Ground to arrive half an hour in advance of kick-off to avoid
queues at the turnstiles. Upon arrival into the ground, you can take in the atmosphere as well as pick up your match day programme or a souvenir of your day out from our club shop under the main stand. Feeling peckish? Our club canteen is located on your left as you walk into the ground (Prices: See left). Should you arrive that bit earlier and don’t fancy entering the ground yet, you can always enjoy a relaxing drink in our clubhouse. With its fantastic range of drinks, you’re sure not to be disappointed.

Away Travel:

Have you ever wondered what the players get up to on the bus to and from away games? Well, you don’t have to wonder anymore. With Whitby Town, you can travel with our players on a matchday, with the price for bus travel to any away game standing at only £10! For that, you’re transported to and from the Turnbull Ground, with time for a breather at Collingham on the way there. Although, you may be subjected to Jamie Poole’s madness, or Steven Snaith murdering nineties dance classics… Talk about getting your money’s worth!