Boreham Wood FC are pleased to announce that we have decided to extend until 30th June the offer of early bird renewal prices to EVERYONE purchasing a season ticket for next season.
The season ticket sales are going very well, and the Club can announce that we have already passed the 350 mark, which is a record for this time of year, and that does not include our FREE Under 5 and our FREE Over 70 season ticket categories. We remain on course to break our present season ticket sales record of 551.
However, having discussed the well documented rising cost-of-living within an Executive meeting at the Club this week, we recognise the importance as a Community Club of looking at ways to assist our supporters financially. As such, a new pricing structure for the season ahead has been agreed to assist everyone in watching their local community football club and season ticket renewable prices will now apply to everyone.
For clarity, updated season ticket prices for renewals and new season tickets are as follows: –
70 & Over – FREE
Adult (20 to 69 years old) – £185.00
Under 20 (16 to 19 years old) – £100.00
Under 16 (12 to 15 years old) – £60.00
Under 12 (5 to 11 years old) – £30.00
Under 5 – FREE
Please note: Direct debit payment plans are available.
In addition, the Club can confirm our Borehamwood School’s season ticket offers remain unchanged, which includes a FREE 2022/23 replica match shirt for the first 200 under 16 and under 12 season ticket purchasers (paid in full.). Those prices remain as below: –
Borehamwood Secondary School (16 to 19 years old) – £70.00
Borehamwood Secondary School (12 to 15 years old) – £50.00
Borehamwood Primary School (5 to 11 years old) – £20.00
Wood Chairman Danny Hunter explained, “I called a quick meeting after seeing a recent breakfast TV broadcast where the new financial indicators were in truth shocking. I felt it was important to look after both our old support base and the new fans we gained from our FA Cup run and thought if we offered the same prices for all new season ticket applicants it would help, as it is clear that disposable income for everyone is going to get tight and worrisome.”
Hunter continued, “Myself, our Fans Liaison Officer Grant Morris, and our Club’s Community Team, headed up by Loretta Browne and Nathan Hickey, have decided to reorganise our season ticket price structure, which will still include the part payment offers, to come in line with the already heavily discounted renewal prices.
“We’ve done that after seeing the latest economic forecasts, with inflation hitting 9%, food prices beginning to soar and after the government predictions that people’s utility bills could more than double. It’s clear some people are going to struggle financially and it feels like the correct thing to do is to give them a little bit back.
“The Club’s aim is to be not only well-supported and affordable, but also a Club that genuinely cares about its whole support base. We hope this offer will allow our support base to continue to grow, as all our existing and potential new season ticket holders can access this offer until 30th June. This will allow everyone to assess their finances, and if it helps people just a little bit with this cost-of-living crisis amongst our fan base, then we’ve possibly done our job.” The Chairman concluded.
For those Wood fans who have already paid the higher prices for new season ticket purchases, you will be reimbursed the difference.
For any ticketing queries, please contact our ticketing team by emailing ticketoffice@
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