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2024/25 Season Passes Now On Sale

TOGETHER – Sign Up For Your Season Pass Today

Season Passes for the 2024-25 William Hill League 2 campaign are now available to purchase, through 10 monthly payments spread across the season.

As announced last week, the prices for Season Passes have risen slightly for the new campaign, due to an increase in walk-up matchday ticket prices. Season Passes therefore provide excellent value for money and will see holders make a sizeable saving compared to paying at the gate.

This direct debit option also allows supporters to spread the cost of their pass out across the campaign, paying a maximum of £21 per month from August until April after a larger first instalment in July. An option for supporters who wish to pay for their Season Pass in just one full payment will be available from 1st July.

  • Adult – £260
  • Over 65s – £200
  • Young Person (18 to 26) – £200
  • Under 18s – £50
  • Under 12s – £5 – can only be purchased in one payment from 1st July

Details on the monthly breakdown of each payment plan, as well as links to sign up for direct debits can be found below. Please note that paying by direct debit will incur a £10 admin fee in the price of the Pass.

Adult Plan – First payment of £81 in July followed by 9 monthly payments of £21, until April.

Concession Plan or Young Person (18 to 26) Plan – First payment of £66 in July followed by 9 monthly payments of £16, until April.

Under-18 Plan – 10 monthly payments of £6, from July until April.

Note: the monthly amounts for the Adult, Concession and Young Person plans will be manually adjusted on GoCardless from month 2 onwards to the prices stated above.

The deadline for paying by the monthly instalments method is Wednesday 3rd July.

Clyde boss Ian McCall highlighted the importance of the Bully Wee supporters turning out at home and getting behind the team:-

“The backing we’ve had from supporters has been excellent and it was one of the reasons why our home form improved dramatically in 2024, losing just one league match at NDP this calendar year.

“As we got closer towards the end of the season the fans turned out in greater numbers each week and made more noise from the stands. The players fed off this energy and it had a galvanising effect, culminating in fantastic scenes and a strong bond forged in those final few games.

“We want to pick up where we left off in May and keep our momentum going. I’d love to see as many fans as possible purchase season passes and hopefully we can enjoy a memorable campaign TOGETHER.”