Clubs slash prices for opening home friendlies

Monday 24th July 2006

Nationwide Conference club Gravesend & Northfleet and Ryman Premier League new boys Tonbridge Angels have announced that they’ve reduced admission prices for their opening pre-season friendlies - giving fans the perfect opportunity to see their new signings on home soil, writes Stephen McCartney.

The Fleet, who defeated Eastbourne Borough by two goals to nil on Saturday, having lost to Folkestone Invicta and Dover Athletic in the previous week, announced that admission prices have been reduced for Wednesday night’s friendly against League Two side Milton Keynes Dons.

Adults can watch the action at Stonebridge Road for just £5, and concessions for £3 - season ticket holders, meanwhile, can watch the action for nothing. There is no segregation for the match.

And Tonbridge Angels' open their pre-season campaign against Ryman League Division One South neighbours Ashford Town on Tuesday night.

Chairman Nick Sullivan has today announced a reduction for admission charges for the game against the Nuts & Bolts.

They too are charging adults £5 to watch the game at the Betterview Longmead Stadium, with concessions being charged just £2. shall be attending both games - we hope you do too!