COWDENBEATH fans have been urged to back the club for the upcoming campaign by snapping up season tickets.

Details of briefs for next term have been released by the Blue Brazil, which includes the continuation of the 'Kids Go Free' initiative for those aged under 12.

The Blue Brazil finished 10th in the 2023/24 Lowland League and will go into the forthcoming season under the leadership of new manager, Dougie Hill.

The 39-year-old, who was part of the 2006 Third Division title-winning side, has taken over following the departure of Calum Elliot to Bonnyrigg Rose in March, after which Stevie Crawford was appointed on a temporary basis until the end of the season.

Hill has already started to reshape his squad and the Blue Brazil hierarchy are hopeful that supporters purchasing season tickets can help them enjoy their best season since being relegated to the Lowland League in 2022.

Central Fife Times: Cowdenbeath will be hoping for a successful 2024/25 campaign.Cowdenbeath will be hoping for a successful 2024/25 campaign. (Image: David Wardle.)

David Allan, club secretary, commented: "We can only emphasise how important season ticket sales are now for the club – particularly given the extended close season and the fact that the club will no longer receive any SPFL parachute payments or Viaplay (now Premier Sports) Cup income.

"So, we urge fans to help and support the club by purchasing a season ticket for the season ahead."

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Adults can secure their place at Central Park for each of the 17 scheduled league games for £160, offering a £27 saving if paying at the gate.

Tickets for concessions who are aged 65-and-over, and disabled fans, will cost £90, representing a discount of £29 on normal admission prices for all 17 games, whilst those for juveniles aged between 13-16 are £35.

Children under the age of 12 will go free, whilst a concession season ticket will be issued on application to all fans aged 80-and-over for no charge.

Benefits for season ticket holders, in addition to discounted admission to every league game, and assisting the club's cash flow and budgeting arrangements, include priority for any all-ticket matches at Central Park, or away from home; a £10 discount on the club's 'Step' sponsorship scheme; and having a vote to decide the club's player of the year.

Walk-up pricing has been set at £11 if bought online - paying at the gate is £12 - for adults and £7 for concessions, both if bought online or at the gate.

Cup ties are subject to individual pricing arrangements which will be publicised before the match via the club website and social media outlets.

Fans who have a disability and require an attendant, the attendant will be admitted to games for free.

The office will be open for sales from 11am-1pm on Friday June 7, whilst season tickets can also be bought at the club's unit at Cowdenbeath Gala Day, on Sunday June 9, and on the evening of Friday June 14, between 5-7pm, ahead of Scotland's opening match at Euro 2024 against Germany, which will be shown live in the Andy Matthew Lounge at Central Park.