Early bird discount on season tickets

Tim ChannonFirst Team, General

EARLY BIRD season tickets for our 2018/19 league campaign are now on sale, with prices reduced across adult age ranges in-line with a reduced number of games in the Evo-Stik League West.

Supporters can gain a discount by committing early and purchasing their season ticket before 7pm on 11th July.

Early Bird Season Ticket prices (purchased before 7pm on 11th July):
Adult £150
Concessions (including 18-21s) £82
16-18s £45
U16s FREE
Foster carers (foster carers card required) FREE
Standard Season Ticket Prices (purchased after 7pm on 11th July)
Adult £170
Concessions (including 18-21s) £94
16-18s £45
U16s FREE
Foster carers (foster carers card required) FREE

Season ticket application form available for download HERE

After an exciting finish for the team last season – just missing out on the play-offs on the final day – the board and management team have been working hard off the field to ensure the club is ready to challenge for promotion.

The Colwyn Bay Academy, under the guidance of Chris Thompson – and now with closer involvement with our 1st team management – is getting an upgrade, with exciting times ahead for all involved, including the reformation of our Reserves team which will provide those moving through the academy with a potential pathway to the 1st team.

With some quality pre-season friendlies already confirmed, it’s a great time to be a Seagulls Supporter!

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BARROW SWOOP FOR BAY DUO

Astley Mulholland

Jack Hindle

THE Seagulls hit their highest league goals tally in ten years last season and that has seen Conference club Barrow swoop to give full-time contracts to attacking duo Jack Hindle and Astley Mulholland.

Astley moves on to an exciting new challenge after scoring 19 goals in 52 appearances for the Bay, while Jack hit 13 goals in 42 games for the club last season, including six in the last four.

Manager Alan Morgan said: “It is a big oppportunity for them to play full-time Conference football with a club whose training base is in Manchester where they live, so it is ideal for them. We wish them both the very best of luck and there will always be a place for them  at the Bay if they ever want to come back.”