Season Ticket Update
Cup Games are included in 2021/22 season ticket’s
We would like to thank the supporters who have bought their season tickets online and call for those who haven’t bought theirs yet to do so online. If you buy your ticket online then please cancel your previous STANDING ORDERS before you purchase your new ticket.
Adult Season Ticket £125
Senior Citizen & Student Ticket £70
Vice President £250
Gold Vice President £440
Platinum Vice President £1000
Season tickets are now available to purchase online via the club’s website https://www.evrfc.co.uk/tickets/season-tickets/ you just select your ticket, fill out your details, choose to pay up front or monthly and then postage or collection.
The new system still allows for monthly payments and you will still receive a credit card style ticket. By purchasing your ticket via the club website you will need to cancel your existing standing order first, your monthly payment will then be automatically taken from your card each month when you buy your new ticket.
SEASON TICKET COLLECTION
These will be available to collect from Mark at the clubhouse between 6:30-8:30pm on Thursday 30th September, you can also purchase your season ticket on the night if you don’t want to use the online system with cash but our preferred method is online as it makes it easier for the club.
MATCH DAY SEASON TICKET PROCESS
The new season tickets will now come with a QR code as well as a stripe, the QR code will be scanned on all entry points to all Ebbw Vale home fixtures, this will provide us with an entry system that complies with health and safety regulations along with providing details on who is at the ground should an emergency take place.
On a match day you come to a game as normal, present your ticket at the gate and a member of our entry staff will just scan the QR code and in you go, it’s as simple as that.
Normal Match Day Prices Are:
U16’s Go Free
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