Steve Curwood has revealed a rise in season ticket numbers for Fleetwood Town ahead of the new season.
Supporters are able to watch League One football at Highbury for around £9 a game this term, with numbers already up on the the same point of the summer.
Uwe Rosler guided the Cod Army to their highest ever league place by finishing fourth last season, missing out on promotion to the Championship in the play-offs against Bradford City.
And Town’s Chief Executive revealed excitement around the coming season is clearly growing.
“It’s great to see we are currently up on the amount of season tickets we’d sold at the same point last summer,” he said.
“What’s just as impressive is the fact more than 10% of customers are new to us as a club, so we are attracting new supporters all the time which is so important to our growth going forward.
"We are committed as a club to giving great value to our supporters and feel adults prices at just over £9 a game is exactly that.”
Last season Town saw a number of bumper gates at Highbury and benefitted from a rise in away travelling fans.
Chairman Andy Pilley subsidised away travel for all fans, cheering the team to an incredible 13 wins on the road, with season ticket holders once again being promised a 50% discount on away travel this season.
Curwood added: “There’s no doubt the Cod Army make a difference to the performance of the players, it’s something Uwe is quick to talk about behind closed doors.
“We continue to work hard on growing our fan base, and are pleased we have an attractive and exciting team for the supporters to watch”
Fans can take advantage of the early bird prices which run until June 30, for more information and prices visit www.ftfcstore.com and https://www.fleetwoodtownfc.com/tickets/201718-season-tickets/