The NI Football League can confirm that clubs have agreed admission prices for Sports Direct Premiership matches for the 2023/24 season.
Following discussions with the twelve Premiership clubs, the maximum price for a single match ticket will now be £13 for adults and £9 for concessions at all league games.
With increasing running costs for clubs, the necessary £1 nominal increase to single match tickets is balanced against the financial climate for supporters but is testament to the clubs for still being able to maintain such an amazing price for the entertainment and drama on offer within the Sports Direct Premiership.
The NI Football League this week revealed that attendances once again have grown by 10% in the last year with over 360,000 fans enjoying all the drama of top-level football during the 2022/23 campaign.
In addition, Premiership clubs have also agreed that promotions will continue for selected matches and that host clubs will ensure all promotions and offers will also be available to travelling away fans.
Clubs have also agreed to work together to prevent the ongoing abuse of concession tickets and to maximise the number of tickets to eligible supporters, particularly for all-ticket games with restricted capacities.
The new Sports Direct Premiership season will kick off in August with the twelve teams refreshed and ready to compete again for the Gibson Cup.