As the beginning of the new season approaches, fans have been purchasing season tickets in anticipation for next campaign.
When speaking to Spireites Digital, chief executive officer Graham Bean took the chance to remind supporters that the early bird deadline is on the 28th of June and stated that he is appreciative of supporters for purchasing tickets.
“We’ve made it clear that anybody who purchases a brand new ticket or a renewal up to and including the 28th of June, irrespective of what division we play in next season, there will not be a price increase,” he said.
“Supporters have continued to support us. The season tickets are selling well and in our estimation, we are on target to get in the region of where we were last season.
“I’m grateful for the supporters for sticking with us. It’s clear that there is a lot of affection for this club from the supporters who feel a connection to it.”
Bean went onto mention that there are large savings to be had if fans purchase a season ticket rather than paying game by game, by explaining: “The savings are substantial and if we were to hit a rich run of form and we are doing well next season, it will inevitably follow that supporters will want to watch a successful team.
“They will be paying significantly more on a match by match basis other than buying a season ticket.
“I would urge supporters to get a season ticket and come and follow the team.”
The Spireites experienced an upturn in form during 2019, winning their last four home games at the end of last season.
Chesterfield’s CEO finished by pointing out that the players need the continued support of the fans and claimed that everyone at the club is working behind the scenes to clinch promotion next season.
“The fans were tremendous last season when John (Sheridan) came in and they gave a really strong backing to the team,” stated Bean.
“John wants the supporters behind him, the club wants the supporters behind him.
“There is only one aim for everyone that is connected to this football club and that is to push towards promotion to the Football League.”