30 Mar 2023 | Ticket News

Macclesfield FC are pleased to announce Season Ticket and Matchday Ticket prices ahead of the 2023/24 campaign.

The support that we have enjoyed so far this season so far has been truly phenomenal and has played a critical factor in Neil Danns’ side being on the cusp of claiming back-to-back promotions.

We want all our loyal supporters to back Macc once again next season, with a full breakdown of prices below –

Commenting on this, Club Director Robert Smethurst stated –

“Purchasing a Season Ticket remains the most cost-effective way to show your support and help us plan a competitive First Team budget that we hope will see us continue the momentum gained over the past two seasons.

“Investing in an Adult Season Ticket means that the cost of each home league game will be just over £14.00 – which we believe is great value for money, especially if we manage to ascend to Step Three within the coming weeks.

“Not only that, but we have retained our commitment to attract younger fans to the Stadium – with Under-12s paying just over £2.00 to watch the forthcoming campaign unfold.

“During the last few months, the Club has had to strike a balance between raising the cost of tickets to cover our matchday costs and appreciating the fact that everyone is currently in the midst of a cost of living crisis.

“In terms of the costs which we incur during matchdays, we are essentially running an English Football League Stadium – irrespective of the level we are currently playing at.

“Under the terms of our Safety Certificate, we have to conduct a wealth of ground testing before we can even open our doors, have an extensive medical presence at all games and employ a vast amount of stewards – well beyond any other Club at our level.

“In addition, our phenomenal facilities demand an army of over one hundred staff to provide our fans with the best possible service that we can deliver.

“The costs involved in just staging a match are staggering, as we are running an operation that mirrors that of Clubs four divisions higher.

“For the past two seasons, these costs have been absorbed by myself personally – fuelled by the continued passion that I have to take this great Club as far as possible.

“But now is the time for the supporters to unite together behind this amazing journey that we are all on and help push us forward to even greater heights.

“We have to recognise that we are not a “normal” Club at the level we are playing at – the facilities that we enjoy are much, much better than many EFL Clubs and we should be so proud of that.

“With that comes heightened costs as I have explained, but I feel that we have struck the correct balance between raising the ticket prices and providing great value for money.

“I hope that everyone will back us once again next season and be part of the next stage of our amazing development.”

Current Season Ticket holders will be able to renew their allocations from this coming Tuesday and will be contacted by TicketCo directly in order to do this.

Season Tickets will go on General Sale from 10am on Wednesday 19th April.

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